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page 2 Dedication 

page 5 Faculty 

page 25 Activities 

page 41 Sports 

page 79 Superlatives 

page 93 Senior Activities 

page 113 Seniors 

page 153 Ads 




DEDICATION 




We, the Class of 1989, dedicate this book 
to Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian. "Ma" has been 
there when we needed her. She has been 
supportive and caring. We will miss her as 
we leave. We know that she will miss us 
and all the other students at Methuen High 
as she is retiring this year from teaching. 








SPECIAL THANKS 




Best Wishes to Dr. Paul J. Zdanowicz upon his retirement. 



I look back with tremendous pride and a great ap- 
preciation for the cooperation and dedication of the 
students, staff and Methuen residents on many signif- 
icant accomplishments. Together, we implemented 
the then new special education, bilingual and ele- 
mentary hot lunch programs. We witnessed the 
opening of one of the finest high school facilities any- 
where and closed five obsolete elementary school 
buildings. Together, we saw enrollments increase to 
more than 6600 and decline to 5000. We now provide 
an education that assists bright, well motivated 
young men and women to gain acceptance to the fin- 
est colleges and universities this country has to offer. 
Methuen High School graduates going on to further 
education in four-year degree granting schools 
doubled as did the total number going on to further 
education. In athletics, Methuen retired the Dalton 
Trophy demonstrating athletic superiority in our Divi- 
sion for three years. 

Looking to the future you will witness the opening 
of Methuen's first Magnet School which we planned 
together. It will be a state-of-the-art 1200 pupil, K-8 fa- 
cility. It will make possible the eventual closing of the 
out-dated Pleasant Valley and Howe Schools. 

The potential of the Methuen Public School System 
is great, and I fervently hope that you will all continue 
to strive to achieve it fully. Although I wont be with 
you in the vineyards in person, I shall continue to be 
with you in heart and thoughts. 



FACULTY 




ADMINISTRATION 



Arthur Nicholson 111 




Paul T. Bartolomucci 



Sheila Cunningham 
Those who play . . . pay!" 



A. Steven Francis 
"Patience — in time the grass becomes milk" 









Charles P. Littlefield 



Michael Muffs 



Marilyn Harris 



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ARTS 




Richard Bowers 



Richard Czamec 



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Barbara Fiorello 




Debra Gruber 
"Slay on your microphones!". "Gel in the 
clump!". "Push from your diaphragm!" 



James Shamberger 



Maryellen Delvin 



Marylee Moynihan 

Isaiah 37:28 
"Two nighls office!" 




Shirley Hovanasian 



Edward Kelly 



Maryellen Rancour! 



Susan Wagner 



BUSINESS/COMPUTERS 




Ruth Lange 



Patricia Borucki 
"Lei's iry this liming again — this mighl tat- the 
one that you get an A on". "Eyes on the book, 
not on your fingers", "Always try your best" 



Susan Barraclough 



Kathv Greene 




Millon Lebowilz 



Linda Lyons 
"Have a nice day ladies!" 



(lane M Pierre 



Patricia Walsh 









Joseph Austin 
"Any gum or candy?" 



"Good word!" 



Mario Pagnoni 



Walter Pare 



Steven Sui i< >i 



GUIDANCE 





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Alvin Huebner 



Alton Bailey 



Gary Banks 






Richard Brain 



Diane Climo 



William Cullen 






Adele Demers 



Trudy Redmond 



Anlhony Sanderson 



ATHLETICS 






William Gosselin 



•Give me a break!" 



Carol Bailey 



Karen Bergeron 






Larry Klimas 



"Just do it!" 



Ann Leonard 



James McDermott 
"Here today, forgotten tomorrow!" 




Joseph Robillard 
"Lets go people!" 



Brian Urquhan 

"Hey Folks;" "Gimme yout sh( » S" 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 






Gerard Gagne 
"Your education has been most sadly neglected!" 



Joseph Caruso 
"An Italian class without homework is like 
spaghetti without the sauce" 



Karen Hallbauer 






Carol Levesque 



Katie Rodgers 



Beverly Taylor 




Kathy Van Horn 
"La vida es corta pero ancha" 



Cindy Wilcock 
■It's due the date it's due — I won't accept a late 
paper" 



Elizabeth Keroach 



ENGLISH 




Dean Brouder Elaine Crane 

"Give me the serenity to accept the things I "God helps those who help themselves", 
can not change, the courage to change the 
things 1 can. and ihe wisdom to know the 
difference' 



Shann Gurrv 




Douglas Hallbauer 
"1 should have listened to my father and be- 
come a dentist" 



Daniel l lerlihy 



Jean Matthes Ann Marie Krussel 

'The world is so full of a number ol things, I'm "What are you posing f< 11 '" 
sure we Should all be as happy as kings." 




Lee Longshore 



Irene Manning 



Andrew Melnickl AnnMarle Plnei 

"Of course, all of my A students know what to "Listen, Man or Mike oi whatever youi name 

do and are working quietly* is" 



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SCIENCE 




William Russel 
"Donl kid yourself 



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Daniel Burion Joseph Forsez< 

•( mi -(lei isn ms arc all wr haw" "OMduciU cin "Arc you with me?" 
tinual personal progression", "Firmness kind 
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Roger Fuller 
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Peter Mazzaglia 
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MATH 




Robert Fradellc 
"Wake up and die right!" 



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Jacqueline Dirsa 




Joanne Gallagher 



Judith I filler 
"Who's going to volunteer for problem 5 (you 
know I'm not going to do it!)" 



Mary Murphy 



Susan McGrath 



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Marianne Moran 



"Pismire!" 



Maureen Troianello 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 




Michael Hughes 



Diane Dandretia 



Paul Fiorenlini 



'Excuse me?!" 



James Healey 




Michael Mccormick 



John Nigrelli 



Frank Rapisardi 



Robert Rosmarino 




Carol Scalera 



Donald Smith 



David Whiting 



SPECIAL EDUCATION 





Janice Collamore 



Sharon Landers 



[x irothy Mcintosh 




Patrice Grande 



Carolyn Orilttn 



Dana Bradbury 






Mary Viscosi 
Nurse 



Charles Eksoozian 
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FACULTY 




MEDIA 



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"A FOND FAREWELL" 




The class of 1989 would like to say thanks and give a 
fond farewell to Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian, Miss Ruth 
Lange, and Mr. William Russell. They have done a lot 
to contribute to our education. They have also con- 
tributed to the fun that we have had at Methuen High. 
Thank you and best wishes. 



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HALLOWEEN 




HOMECOMING 







This year twenty-eight senior girls ran 
for Homecoming Queen. The competi- 
tion was narrowed down to three girls. 
The three finalists were: 2nd runner up, 
Tracy Melia; 1st runner up, Stacy Weston; 
and the 1988-89 Methuen High School 
Homecoming Queen, Stacie Pearson. 
The football team achieved a 28-14 vic- 
tory over Xavarian in the homecoming 
game. 




BAND 



This year's band, led by drum major 
Donna Brooks and soloists John 
Schmottlach and Arthur Bailey, had a 
successful year while still in the rebuild- 
ing stage. Although made up mostly of 
freshmen, the band achieved a bronze 
medal at the Boston University New En- 
gland Scholastic Band Association finals. 
Congratulations to the band for a fine job 
in their performances at the football 
games. 



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ACTIVITIES 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Stacy Weston (Secretary). 
Steven Chasse (President). 
Mike Batts (Vice-President). 
Stacie Pearson (Treasurer). 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Heather Heinz (Treasurer), Esther 
Potter (President), Shaun Berry- 
man (Vice President), Britta 
Pitocchelli (Secretary). 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



Heather Park (Treasurer), Beth 
Licciardi (President). Shanna 
Lynch (Vice-President). 
Richelle Martin (Secretary). 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 





Chris Rodgers (President). Dennis 
Boucher (Vice President). Kelly Williams 
(Treasurer). Kevin Francis (Secretary). 



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SENATE OFFICERS 




Front Row: Melissa 
Petrillo (Secretary), 
Suzanne Bocher (Cor- 
responding Sec- 
retary). Back Row: 
Sean Donaghue 
(Treasurer), Kathy 
Hanley (President), 
Jason Crago (Vice 
President). 



STUDENT SENATE 





Front Row: Steve Herdegera. 
Dana Riccio, Suzanne 
Boucher, Melissa Petrillo, 
Gracinda Cardoso. Middle 
Row: Matt Gebo, David Apka- 
rian, Kathleen Broadhurst, 
Rita Augusta, Shannon Doran, 
Kelley Sheehan. Back Row: 
Sean Donaghue, Jason Crago. 
Kathy Hanley. Tricia Curran. 
Heather Galvin. Jerrod Ander- 
son. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




First Row: shauna Crafton, Alan Picarillo. Ryan Zannini, Hung Pham. Kim Licciardi, Melissa Bouchard. April Naylor. Lauren Sanguedolce. JoAnn 
Trovato, Tricia Thunstrom, Carolyn Austin. Second Row: Chris Kozdra, Wendy Tamis, Kristen Jones, Stacey Bistany, Amy Bleczinski, Brenda 
Cintron, Mary Regan, Lynne Hajjar, Stacie Pearson.Mr. Peter Mazzaglia (Advisor). Third Row: John Delmonte, Darren Martino, John Tiani, 
Michael Ward. Beth Pickles, Anne Tremblay, Donna Brooks, Kelley Sheehan, JoAnne Ouellette, Rob DiFalco, Mike Batts. Fourth Row: John 
Schmottlach, Jason Amiss, Matthew Garceau, Michael Fournier, Jason Crago, Todd Gagnon, Jason Bastek, Ed Zraket. Brian Rossell, Steve 
Chasse, Pathik Patel, Chris Barbin, Robert Chase, Robert St. Germain. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS 





Front Row: Alan Piccarillo (Historian). Ryan Zannini 
(President), Chris Barbin (Vice President). Back Row: 
Stacie Pearson (Treasurer). Lynne Hajjar (Secretary). 



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SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 



Front Row: Michael Fournier, 
Lynne Hajjar, JoAnne Trovato, 
MaryJane Mushow. Back Row: 
Rob DiFalco, David Bueno, Eliz- 
abeth Cunneen. 




FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY 



Front Row: Robert St. 
Germain, Debbie Beau- 
lieu, Patricia Keleher, 
Donna Charest. Back 
Row: Anne Tremblay, 
JoAnne Ouellette. 





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INTERNATIONAL CLUB 



Front Row: Sharon Bleczinski, 
Diane Santiago, Kim Kendall. Patty 
Keleher. Lori Beeley, Lauren 
Sanguedolce, JoAnne Trovato. 
Middle Row: Donna Brooks, Lynne 
Hajjar. MaryJane Mushow, Bridget 
Pelletier, Elizabeth Cunneen, 
JoAnne Ouellette. Back Row: 
Michael Fournier, Anne Tremblay. 
Nancy Segal, Rob DiFalco, Melvin 
Valez, Jerrod Anderson, Dave 
Bueno. 





ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP 



Front Row: Mary Regan, April Naylor. 
Dena Riccio, Julie Amore. Diane Habib, 
Stacy Weston. Middle Row: Colleen 
Wood, Cathryn Albert, Virginia Majkut, 
Tracy Kudla, Heather Galvin. Back 
Row: Lynda Brochu, Paul Fiorentini 
(Advisor). 




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OUTSIDE BUSINESS CO-OP 




Front Row: Tracy Hamel, Kelly Sylves- 
ter, Karen Feole, Josie Garozza, Stacey 
Gaumond. Middle Row: Sue Cuomo. 
Heather Hamel, Michelle Bourassa, 
Jessica Hurley, Jennifer Hurley. Back 
Row. Paula Fernandes, Cheryl De- 
Francisco, Diane Malenfant. Travis 
Drouin. 



INSIDE BUSINESS CO-OP 



Front Row: Roxanne Shannon, Patricia 
Pappalardo, Amy Bellwood, AnnMarie 
Baillargeon. Jill lannuccilli, MaryJane 
Mushow. Back Row: Cyndie Agnew, 
Paula Fernandes, Bridget Torosian, 
Julie Dizoglio, Bridget Pelletier, Michele 
Bourassa, Marci DeLuca, Cheryl De- 
Francisco. 




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Front Row: Lorette Rynne, Melissa Gallo, Derek Hartnett, Sherry Dion, Pam Romanelli, Tammi Stanwood. Debbie Pucci, Debbie Messina, 
Melissa Perkins. Jeanine Bergeron, Richard Brain (Advisor). 2nd Row: Kris Cutter, Erik Hamel, Marc Contarino, Tamara Frechette, Tara Mullen, 
Tina LeBretton, Alyson LaPlume, Tracy Grealish, Maureen Murray, Brenda Bousquet, Cha Roussel. 3rd Row: Stephanie Koza, Michael Holland. 
Jason Comeau, Brian Blinn, Angela Nicolosi, Heather Davies. Keith Haggar, Christopher Cammarata. Dan Giroux, Mark Pellegrino. Christopher 
Cody, Kathy Merrill. Mike Mehrmann, Jen DiLorenzo. 4th Row: Scott DesRoche, Michael Couture. Jim Lever. Chris Lozowski, Dave Tremblay. 
Bill Bell, Jeff Begin, Steve Ragonesse. Steve Khoury, Jeff Cook, Kareem Berty. 5th Row: John Calvo, Sal Pappalardo, Rob Preston. 



DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 




Front Row: Tricia Kalil. Tracey Melia. 
JoAnn Belzile, Tara Torrisi. Dawn Garon, 
Danielle Renaud, Debbie Messina. 2nd 
Row: Tracy Moore, Kim Bemis. Holly 
McDougall, Deana Desantis. Donna 
Giuffre, Nanette Baker, Dennis Banks. 3rd 
Row: James Pitocchelli, Paula Huggan, 
Lori Buonanno, Vinny D'Amico, AnnMarie 
Currao, Danny Berube, Sean Gallagher. 
4th Row: Eric Simili, Chris Giovanni, Tracy 
Donahue, Mark D'Errico, Mike St. Jean, 
David Tremblay. 






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CONCERT BAND 





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First Row: Kim Andrew, Cara Dallon, April Naylor, Gina DiFazio, Elsa Leal, Nicole Valcke, Bill Reilly, Nathan White. Curtis Moore, Dennis 
Boucher. 2nd Row: Misty Harvey. Christine Corriveau. Carrie Doucette, Steve Herdegen, Tricia Thunstrom, Melanie Raymond, Christine Leal. 
Debbie Morin, Nadine Archambault, Brian Hamman. 3rd Row: Steve MacDonald, Kevin Berube. Erik Baker, Marc Angelone, David Paolino, 
Donna Brooks, Chris Rodgers. Aaron Clark, Brian Newcomb, Julie Kittredge. Art Bailey. 4th Row: Shawn Dufresne, Jay Anthony, Joel Rodgers. 
Jill Sunderland, Robert Chase, John Guimond, Kurt Kienle, Brian Gilbert, Scott Walde, Jay Corneau, Jerrod Anderson, John Schmottlach, Eddie 
Johnson. 



JAZZ BAND 




Front Row: April Naylor, Christine 
Corriveau, Carrie Doucette, Tricia 
Thunstrom. Marc Angelone, Nadine 
Archambault, Dennis Boucher. 
Middle Row. Kurt Kienle, Brian New- 
comb, John Guimond, Art Bailey, 
Rob Chase. Steve MacDonald, Brian 
Gilbert. Kevin Berube. Back Row: 
Jay Anthony, Jay Corneau, Jerrod 
Anderson, John Schmottlach, 
Shawn Dufresne. David Paolino. 



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CHORUS 



First Row: Kellie Belluardo, 
Kristen Naroian. Melanie 
Michaud, Franziska Young- 
blood. Erica DeChane, 
Kerrie Belluardo. Middle 
Row: Kristen Godin, Kris- 
tine Jaber. Brenda Shirton, 
Sylvie Levesque, Julia 
Hornbaker, Sam Jaber. 
Back Row: Steve Mac- 
Donald, Michele Pineau, 
Chad Austin, Curtis Moore, 
Karen Kalitka. Amanda 
Autieri, Natalie Willis. 




ARRANGERS 




Front Row: Steve MacDonald, 
Curtis Moore. 2nd Row: Kerrie 
Belluardo. Amanda Autieri. 
3rd Row: Kristen Godin, 
Franziska Youngblood, 
Kristen Naroian, Sylvie Leves- 
que. 4th Row: Sam Jaber, 
Kellie Belluardo, Brenda 
Shirton, Melanie Michaud. 



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ICE SKATING CLUB 




Front Row: Tricia Thunstrom, Jodi 
Digloria, Kristine Jaber, Kim Andrew, Julia 
Hornbaker, Joanna Emery, Carey Wright. 
Middle Row: Nadine Archambault, Mary- 
Beth Magro, Julie Amore (Capt.), Tricia Guy 
(Co. Capt.), Raquel Liriano, Kimberley 
Lavoie (Co. Capt). Back Row: Tracy 
Grealesh, Karyn Regal, Kirsten Wunder- 
lich, Katie Bistany. 




DRAMA CLUB 






Front Row: Amy Bellwood, Kellie Bellu- 
ardo, Kerrie Belluardo, Sylvie Levesque, 
Tracy Roy, Danielle Renaud, Curtis Moore. 
Middle Row: Erica Raschella, Stacy 
Weston, Sharon Bleczinski, Jerelyn 
Lozeau, Karen Kalitka, Ed Guy, Paula 
Tillberg. Tammy Kress. Back Row: Mauro 
Buco, Martha Lavigne, Deana Drummond, 
Jennifer Wicks, Cyndie Agnew, Katie Bis- 
tany. 





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CHILD DEVELOPMENT 




Front Row: Marci DeLuca. Nicole Garneau. 
Gina Sanguedolce, Amy Bellwood, Tracy 
Hamel, Dina Pascal. Middle Row: Shannon 
McCann, Renee Mouleart. Karen Dyeak. 
Sandra Thurber, Paula Huggan. Back Row: 
Kris Johnson, Angela Nicolosi. Heather 
Davies. Lynda Brochu. Kristen Turnois. 




BLUE AND WHITE STAFF 



Front Row: Mary Regan. Leslie Silva, 
Michelle Lambert, Scott Napier, Dr. Eliza- 
beth Keroack (Advisor). Back Row: Steve 
Blair, Brian Rossell. Katie Bistany, Amie 
Cianelli, Karyn Regal. 





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ART HONOR SOCIETY 



From Row: Sara Kurchian, Andrea Mes- 
sina. Gail Cyr. Hung Pham, Sharon 
Bleczinski, Carolyn Austin. Middle 
Row: Tammy Cintron, Shannon Doran, 
Buffy Givens, Kristin Benson, Nieki 
Blouin. Back Row: Barbara Skaff. Scott 
Kent, Tim Lambert. Jason Crago. 




ART HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS 





Front Row: Tim Lambert (President). Carolyn 
Austin (Vice President). Back Row: Jason 
Crago (Treasurer), Barbara Skaff (Historian), 
Nicki Blouin (Secretary). 



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PEER LEADERS 




Front Row: Kristen Jones, Lisa Kun, Suzanne Boucher. Tony Padvaiskas. Britta Pitocchelli, Teddy Andrew, Rick Juknavorian. Jill Sunderland, 
Donna Bohondoney. 2nd Row: Amy Bleczinski, Jessica Choroco, Kristen Naroian. Karyn Regal, Sylvie Levesque, Kerrie Belluardo, Amie 
Cianelli, Kellie Belluardo, Gracinda Cardoso, Colleen McCarthy, Deidre Rys, Patti Nicoletti, Michelle Poirier, Curtis Moore. 3rd Row: Stacey 
Bistany, Shauna Crafton, Kelly Noyes, Sarah Marcoux, Kathy McEneaney, John Dooley, Wendy Smith, Richelle Martin, Julie Pawlick, Katie 
Fleming, Jennifer Foley, Aaron Clark, Jason Crago. 4th Row: Joe Bretton. Jamie Cunneen, Sean Donaghue. Tricia Curran, Julie DiZoglio. 
Suzanne Keith, Wendy Tamis. Wendy Forgione, Nancy Ruhmann, Heather Fishwick. Breda Putnam. Kim Gaffney, Erin Galvin. Chrisinda Wain. 
5th Row: Allyson Golec, Kim Licciardi. Hung Pham, Chris Kozdra, Chad Kozdra, Ryan Zannini, Lynne Hajjar, Anne Tremblay, Donna Brooks, 
Marc Angelone, Ryan Cook, Katie Gilberti, Elsa Leal. 



YEARBOOK STAFF 







Front Row: Ed Zraket. John Schmott- 
lach, Mike Batts, Bill Hitchmoth, 
Dave Henry, Matt Garceau, Jason 
Amiss, Randy Veno. Back Row: 
Laurie Hester, Kathy Hennessy, 
Stacie Peason, Deana Drummond, 
Jenna Watson, Kathy Hartley, 
Lauren Sanguedolce, Nicole Mar- 
otta, Katya Kucukistepanoglu, Jen 
Madison. Joann Ouellette. 



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MEDIA HELP 



Roberta Wood, Laurie Hester, Jessica 
Hurley 




OFFICE HELP 



Front Row: Jessica Hurley, Nicole Valcke, 
Julie DiZoglio. Back Row: Roberta Wood. 
Laurie Hester. 





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VOLLEYBALL 






The girls' volleyball team had their 
best season in four years, finishing 
with a winning record of 11-9. Senior 
co-captains Kathy Hennessy and 
Tricia Murray led the team to the 
state tournament. Also helping the 
team achieve their successful rec- 
ord were seniors Beth Marlowe, Jill 
lannuccilli, Karen Caraccio, Lauren 
Sanguedolce, and Andrea Messina. 
Receiving All-Conference honors 
were Tricia Murray and Juniors 
Wendy Tamis and Beth Pickles. 
Although Coach Smith has worked 
the girls hard this year, the results 
show how much the work paid off. 




FIELD HOCKEY 




The girls' field hockey team had a fairly "successful" season 
while still in the rebuilding stage. Leading the team were senior 
co-captains Michele Bourassa and Jill Sestini. Jill received All Star 
recognition and senior Jennifer Wicks made the All-Conference 
team. Despite their 2-13 record, Coach Bailey was pleased with 
the performance of the young team. 



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The boys' soccer 
team concluded a 
tough rebuilding sea- 
son with a record of 1- 
11. Senior tri-captains 
Alan Picarillo, Jim 
Jaskot, and Jeff Zan- 
nini gave great lead 
ership to the young 
team. Alan received 
All-Conference hon- 
ors for this defensive 
abilities. Senior 
Randy Veno led the 
team in scoring. 
Other contributing 
seniors were Mauro 
Buco. Mark Lambert, 
and Bob Lang. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 





The girls' cross coun- 
try team had a produc- 
tive season finishing 
with a record of 5-6. The 
team was led by senior 
captain Jennifer Jordan 
with tremendous help 
from junior Shauna 
Crafton. Shauna was 
selected to participate 
in the All-Conference 
team. Other seniors 
who made key contri- 
butions were Amy Wlo- 
dyka, Natalie Troia, and 
Nancy Segal. All of the 
members of the team 
gave it their best and 
showed great talent and 
improvement. 






The boys' cross country 
team had a successful sea- 
son finishing with a record of 
7-5. Senior tri-captains Rob 
DiFalco, Tim Carney, and 
Chris Barbin were major con- 
tributors to the team's victo- 
ries, as well as seniors Jason 
Bastek, Dave Apkarian, Dave 
Marsh, Dave Trachtenberg, 
Matt Garceau, and Ryan 
Zannini. The team finished 
second in the MVC small 
school division, just missing 
the championship with a 
loss to Haverhill. Making the 
Division II all star team were 
Chris Barbin, Rob DiFalco, 
and junior Erik Dechane. Rob 
also received All-Conference 
honors. 




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FOOTBALL 




The Methuen High football team 
rolled to a 6-4 record led by senior cap- 
tains Bill Hitchmoth, Sean McCartney, 
Dave Mambro, Pat Keough and Mark 
Kelleher. The two biggest wins of the 
season were against rivals Lawrence 
and Andover. Making the Eagle Tri- 
bune all star team and receiving all- 
conference honors were standout line- 
men Bill Hitchmoth, Pat Keough andl 
Dave Mambro. Coach Klimas attrib- 
uted the team's success to outstand- 
ing line play. This was the varsity's 
ninth consecutive winning season! 
The team finished fourth in the Mcr- 
rimac Valley Conference due to a mid- 
season five game winning streak 
which included three shut outs. 



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Front Row: Pat McCarthy. Keith Neal, Mike Batts, 
Dan Fugge, Dave Mambro, Bill Hitchmoth, Mark 
Kelleher, Pat Keough, Sean McCarthy, Todd Niziak, 
Chris Gagnon, Geno Difiore, Dan Getchell. Row 2: 
Ryan Brooks, Seung Park, Sean Cyr, Jason 
Comeau, Jerry Anderson, Brian Bilodeau, Steve 
Chasse, Jason Amiss. Mike Berryman, Sean Gal- 
lagher, Shawn Douglas. Shane Jozokos, Frank 
Graziano. Row 3: Chris Galvin, Thorn Siggins. Don 
DiPrima, Anthony Champy, Seung Han, Shaun 
Berryman, Kurk Soley. Jeff Ouellette, Mark Jones, 
John Enos, Derek Roy. Back Row: Joe Golec, Scott 
Blaney, Don Gibson, Larry Klimas. Ken Palm 



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The girls' swimming 
team finished their sea- 
son off with a deceiving 
record of MO. Leading 
the team were senior 
co-captains Nicole Ma 
rotta and Katie Godin. 
Other contribution se- 
niors were Bridget Pel- 
letier, Nicole Field, and 
Sabelle Azar. The free- 
style relay team of Ni- 
cole Marotta. Katie 
Godin, Sandy Sprague, 
and Stephanie Houser 
placed 12th at the Mer- 
rimack Valley Confer- 
ence Championships. 
Although the season 
lacked victories, Coach 
Cronin was pleased 
with the team's im- 
proved abilities. 









GIRLS' WINTER TRACK 






The girls' winter track team 
ended their season with a 5-2 rec- 
ord, just missing the MVC title by 
one point. The team was led by 
senior co-captains Kathy Hen- 
nessy and Suzanne Keith. Other 
contributing seniors were Jen Jor- 
dan, Nancy Segal, Kristen 
Turnois, Natalie Troia, and Amy 
Wlodyka. Receiving All-Con- 
ference honors were Kathy Hen- 
nessy in the high jump, Suzanne 
Keith in the sprints, and Sandy 
Sprague in the shot put. Coach 
Blood attributes the team's suc- 
cess to their overall attitude and 
excellent work habits. 

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their way to a successful 5-1-1 sea- 
son. Senior leadership proved to be 
a valuable asset to the team's overall 
performance. Placing well in the 
state meet were Bill Hitchmoth, 
winning the shot put; Chris Barbin, 
winning the 600; Craig Hosterman, 
placing second in the 55m hurdles; 
and the mile relay team of Matt Gar- 
ceau, Tim Carney, Craig Hosterman. 
and Chris Barbin. placing second. 
Making All-Conference honors were 
Garceau. Barbin. and Hitchmoth. 
Hitchmoth also made Globe and 
Herald All-Scholastic honors. 

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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




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The girls' basketball team dribbled their way to a 
successful 17-5 record. Senior leadership was pro- 
vided by co-captains Kathy Hanley and Jill Sestini. 
Making all-conference honors was Beth Pickles and 
receiving all-star honors were Jen Arnold, Britta 
Pitochelli, and Wendy Tamis. This was the fourth con- 
secutive year that the girls' basketball team has quali- 
fied for the state tournament. Other contributing se- 
niors were Tricia Murray and Snow Halloran. 



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BOYS' BASKETBALL 






Front Row: Ryan Zannini. Mike Batts, Ed Zraket, Craig Bonneau, Dave Bueno, Jason Amiss, 
Bob Lang. Back Row: Charlie Samataro, Chris Kozdra. Tom Livingston, Chad Pfeil. Lonnie 
Giordano, Shaun Lattinville, Derek Ladd, Jeff Copetta. Jeremy Dziadosz. Mike Wendt. 



The boys' basketball team improved 
their record from last year, bringing it to 
5-15. In Coach Samataro's first year, he 
compiled four more wins than the pre- 
vious year did. Leading the team were 
senior co-captains Ed Zraket and Craig 
Bonneau. Ed Zraket and Dave Bueno 
were elected to the MVC All-Star Team. 
Although their record didn't show it, the 
team had many close games against 
many of the toughest teams in the 
league. The team finished third in their 
division. 



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GYMNASTICS 




The girls' gymnastics team had a 
very successful season, finishing up 
with a 7-2 record. Seniors captains 
Jennifer Madison, Lisa Fusco, Kelly 
Sylvester, and Angela Lyons proved 
valuable by leading the team to their 
numerous victories. Qualifying for 
the individual state meet were Kerry 
Beeley, Caren Cioffi, and Andrea Mit- 
chel. Coach Cheryl Sprague was 
very pleased with the team's overall 
performance. 




GOLF 



The Methuen High golf team 
putted it's way to a 9-6-2 record. 
This young team was led by ju- 
nior captains Pete Doherty and 
Scott Simoes. Doherty's personal 
record was 9-5-3 and Simoes was 
9-6-2. Receiving All-Star honors 
were Derek Ladd, Scott Simoes 
and Pete Doherty. The team is ex- 
pected to continue its success 
next year. 




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The varsity ice hockey team finished 
their season with a 4-14-1 record. The 
team was led by senior co-captains 
Paul Olenik, Dave Henry, Curt Me- 
dugno, and junior captain Jeff Ouel- 
lette. Top scorers were Jeff Ouellette. 
19 points; Scott Simose, 17 points; Gary 
Sanderson, 16 points; Dave Henry. 15 
points; and Paul Olenik, 13 points. Mak- 
ing the Small School All-Star Team 
were Jeff Ouellette and Paul Olenik. 
Despite being young and inexperi- 
enced, the team worked together for a 
successful season. 



Front Row: Scott Simose. Hal Duffcn. Randy Veno, Tim Mccormick. Patrick Winn. Dave 
Marsh, Tony Nemiccola, Donald Granahan. Mike Mehrmann. Back Row: Joe Robbilard, Joe 
LaPierre, Bobby Fyrer, Chris Kotyler. Dave St. Pierre. Dave Henrv. Paul Olenik. Jeff ( )uelette, 
Mike Ward, Gary Sanderson, Shawn Oakem, Chris Riccio. 



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WRESTLING 




The Methuen wrestling team pinned 
down a record of 25-4 for the season. The 
team was led by senior captains Andrew 
Bolduc and Patrick Keough. Placing in the 
state meet were Dan Alicia, 4th; Chris 
Gagnon, 6th; and Jim Jascot, 6th. Making 
the all-star team were Pat Keough, Dan 
Alicia, and Chris Gagnon. Other contribut- 
ing seniors were Doug Barsamian, Sean 
McCarthy, Todd Niziak, Mark Keleher, and 
Dave Mambro. 



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The girls' ski team finished the season with an 0-8 record. Leading the girls' 
team were co-captains Jen Wicks and Heather Galvin. The boys' ski team 
finished with a O-IO record. Leading the boys' team was senior captain Tom 
Pappalardo. The team's dedication and enthusiasm proved to be an impor- 
tant factor in their overall performance. 







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The girls tennis team ended the year with 
a record of 3 wins and 15 losses. The team 
was lead by senior Jo-Ann Trovato and 
junior Erika Raschella. The girls tennis 
team, lead by a new coach, showed great 
improvement over the year. 



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The boys tennis team compiled 
a record of 2 wins and 16 losses. 
This record does not reflect the 
hard work and effort made by all 
the members of the team and 
does not take into account their 
being in the most competitive 
league. Leading the team were 
senior captains Dave Henry, Jerry 
Anderson. Seung Park, and Joel 
Rodgers. 



Senior Members: Mr. Don Smith, Brian Rossel, Joel Rodgers, Jerod Anderson, 
David Henry, Seung Park, Derrick Donegan, Chris Gagnon, Jason Bastek. 



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The girls Softball team completed the year 
with a record of 13 wins and 7 losses. Leading 
the team were senior tri-captains Jill Sestini. 
Andrea Messina, and Tricia Murray. Trie ia 
Murray and Jill Sestini were selected to the All- 
Conference Team. Tricia Murray was also 
named most valuable player of the Merrimack 
Valley Conference. The team qualified for the 
State Tournament. 



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BOYS BASEBALL 




Senior Members: Mr. William Blood, Chuck Piazza, TomLanglois, DaveBueno, Michael Berry- 
man, Ed Zraket, Mr. Doug Boyle. 



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The boys baseball team finished off the 
season with an impressive mark of 19 wins 
and 1 loss. The team was lead by senior tri- 
captains Mike Batts, Dave Bueno, and Ed 
Zraket. Receiving All-Conference honors 
were Dave Bueno and Bill Bonnano. Small 
school All-Star Honors were won by Ed 
Zraket, Mike Batts, and Jeff Coppeta. The 
team was seeded number one in the State 
Tournament. 



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The girls track team ended the 
year with a record of 4 wins and 2 
losses. Receiving All-Conference 
honors were Kathy Hennessey in 
the high jump, Beth Pickles in the 
shot-put, Britta Pittochelli, and 
Sherry Bannon in the long jump. The 
girls ran well in the large meets plac- 
ing second in the Northern Area 
Meet, Andover Invitational, and the 
State Class B Meet. 

Senior Members: Nancey Segal, Amy 
Wlodvka. JcnnikT Jordan, Kristen Turonis. 



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The boys track team continued their winning ways fin- 
ishing the year off with a 6-1 record. The boys have w< >i i 
nine out of the last twelve M.V.C. championships. Re- 
ceiving All-Conference honors were Bill Hitchmoth in 
the discus, Shawn Douglas in the shot-put. Craig Hosier 
man in the High Hurdles, Matt Garceau in the 220, and 
the Mile Relay team of Chris Barbin, Mike Kisiel, Tim 
Carney, and Matt Garceau. The team fared well in the 
large meets placing second in the Northern Area Meet, 
Andover Invitational, and the State Class B Meet. 



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NICEST 
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William Andrews, Kimberley Kendall 




FRIENDLIEST 



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Geno DiFiore, Lynne Hajjar 



MOST 
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Ryan Zannini, Tricia Guy 





MOST 
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Gail Cyr, Tim Lambert 



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Kathy Hennessy, William Hitchmoth 





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Darren Martino, Jill Sesiini 



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Jody L Abdallah 
Jods 
Iniemaiional Club 

Ambition: To go to college and become an 
accountant 



Cynthia Lyn Agnew 

Cyndie 

Spring Track (I); Business Co-op (3.4); Drama 

Club (1.2.3). Class Play Crew (1.2.3); Senior 

Class Play 

Ambition: To join the Air Force, go to college, 
get married, and be happy 



Frank Ahern 



Cathrvn M Albert 

Cathy 

Ambition: To get my Ph.D. in psychology 

and to come back and laugh in the faces of 

those who didn't believe in me 




Roger Albert 



Jason Amiss 
Jay. Jamos 
Football (1-4); Basketball (1.2.3.4); Spring 
Track (3.4); National Honor Society (2.3.4); 
Yearbook (4); Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To fulfill all of my dreams and aspi- 
rations and to live heartily off the profits 



Julie Ann Amore 
Jules 
Volleyball (I); Tennis (2); Figure Skating Club 
(1.2.3.4); International Club (3); Colorguard (2 ); 
Academic internship 
Ambition: To succeed in whatever I do 



Aljo Amorelh 




Jerrod A Anderson 
J. 
Tennis (1. 2.3.4); Football (3.4); International 
club. Senate 
Ambition; To make "The Money" 



Stacy Marie Andrew 
Stace 
Figure Skating Club (1.2); Colorguard (1,2) 
Ambition: To make it through life 



William Andrews 

Frank 
Ambition TO be a screenwriter and a si ing- 
writer 



David A Apkanan 

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(kiss ( ounlrv (1.2.41. Winter Iia.k (141. 

Baseball (21 Spring li.uk ill International 

Club (1.21; Senate (4); Model L'N (3.4) 



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Jennifer Aronld 
Basketball (1.2.3.4); Powderpuff Football 
(1.2.3.4) 

Ambition: To always to happy no matter 
what (he circumstances are 



Diana Ata 
Nana 



Elie Ata 
Alias Ada 



Stephen Autieri 
Maverick 
Music. Guitar. Playing Pool, Partying 
Ambition To marry my girlfriend and to live 
well with her 




James Awley 
Oily 
Music 
Ambition: To get as far as I can in music 



Seabel A Azar 
Swimming (1,2.3); Basketball (1.2.3); YMCA 
Haverhill, Youth Group 
Ambition To help people 



Arthur A Bailey 
ArBox. The Dukster 
Band (1.2.3.4): Marching Band (1.2,3.4); Jazz 
Band (1.2.3.4); Arrangers (2.4); Sr. Class Play 
Ambition: To be one of the first Methuen I ligh 
students to simultaneously be in a local rock 
band and graduate from high school without 
being kicked out first. 



Ann Marie Baillargeon 
Minnie 
Dance: Aerobics 

Ambition: To get married, have kids, and 
own my own business 




Dawn Baker 
Track (1.2.3); Powderpuff Football (1,2,3.4) 
Ambition: To be successful, get married, and 
lead a happy, exciting life 



Nanette Baker 



David Baldwin 
Dave 
Ambition: To be a successful person 



Dennis B Banks 
Cross Country (2i. Winter ["rack (2); DlSlllbu 
live i (iui .iiion Model UN 
Ambition ro partj for a year than major in 
business ai i ollege 



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Chris G Barbin 
Doug 
Cross Country (3. Capl 4|; Winter Track (3. 
Capl 4); Spring Track (1.2.3. Capl 4); NHS (3. 
VP 4|; Int. Club (1,2); Model UN (3,4) 
Ambition: To continue my academic sue 
cess in college and to reach the goals thai I 
will strive for in life 



Douglas Barsamian 
Doug 
Soccer (3|; Wrestling (3.4); National Honor 
Society (2.3,4); Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To succeed at college 



Jason Bastek 

Jay, Shaggy 
Cross-country (4); Winter Track (3.4): Tennis 
(3.4); Blue and White (3. Co editor 4); National 
Honor Society (2.3,4); International Club (1.2); 
Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To be a cartographer 



Michael Bans 
Battsie 
Football (1,2.3,41. Basketball (1.2.3.4); Base- 
ball (1.2.3. Capt 4); National Honor Society 
(2.3.4); Vice President (3.4) 
Ambition: To always remember that great- 
ness is achieved ihr'ough hard work and ded- 
ication 




Glenn W Beal 



Deborah J Beaulieu 
K. Oscar. Donna 
French NHS (4); Int Club (4); French Bowl (41 
Ambition: To complete college and become 
a clinical psychologist My main ambition, 
though, is to take care of my attitude problem 
and find a way for my good moods to out- 
number my bad moods 



David Ronald Becotle 
Dave 
Distributive Education 
Ambition: To become a carpenter and a de- 
veloper, and to work with cars 



Lori J. Beeley 
International Club (4) 
Ambition: To be rich and successful 




Jeffrey Begin 
Begin. Jeff 
Ambition To be a very wealthy person 



Carrie Ann Belanger 

Bo-Bo 

Volleyball (1.2); Basketball (1.2): Softball (1); 

Track (2.3.); Senior Class Play — Mama. Child 

Developmenl II 

Ambition: To accomplish all my goals and 
live a healthy and happy life with Mai 



Willi, im Bell 



Cettlna BeUla 
International Club (3) 

Ambition roilvedaj i'\ >i.i\ and hope thai 
all niv dreams come true 



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Amy-Lynne Bellwood 
Mame 
Gymnastics (1); Cheerleading (Capt 1:2); 
Drama Club (2.3.4); SADD (l); Senior Class 
Play; Child Dev II. Academic internship (4); 
TV Producation I, II 

Ambition: To be happy and live life to the 
fullest 



Jennifer J. Benanti 
Cheerleading (1.2,3. Capt 4|; Senior Class 
Play; Child Development II 
Ambition: To live a happy, healthy, and suc- 
cessful life, and to marry someone that 1 love 
and start a family 



Kristin L Benson 
Cheerleading (l); Art Honor Society (4) 
Ambition: To travel to many exotic places 
and pursue my art interests 



Michael J Berryman 
Berry 
Football (1.2.3,41; Basketball < 1 .21; Basketball 
(1.2.3.4); Model UN. Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To someday be a successful busi- 
ness man and to live my life to the fullest with 
my beautiful wife Elizabeth 





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Daniel Berube 



Delana Berube 



Brian Bilodeau 




Sharon E Bleczinski 
Sha 
Field Hockey (I); Volleyball 12); Ski Team 
(1.2.3.4); Tennis (2.3,4): Art NHS (4). Int Club 
(1.2.3.4); Drama Club(4); Powderpuff Football 
11.4); Senior Class Play; Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To always be happy with who I am 
and never want to be anyone else 



Claudinc A Bcnr 
Claude 

Blue and While (21 

Ambition: To be successful and finally have 

someone pronounce my l.isi name co'rrec ilv 



Michael Boisven 



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Andrew Bolduc 
Wrestling (1.2.3. Capi 4); Baseball l; National 
Honor Society (4|; Marching Band (1,2,3,4) 
Ambition: To be a rich engineer with a brand 
new Vette 



Craig J. Bonneau 
Bonzo 
Football (l); Basketball (1.2.3, Capt 4); Base- 
ball (l) 

Ambition: To succeed in carpentry and to get 
married 



Michele Bourassa 
Field Hockey (1.2.3. Capt 4): Softball (1,2) 
Ambition: To always be able to laugh 



Daniel J Bretton 
Dan. DJ 
National Honor Society (2.3): International 
Club (1.2) 

Ambition: To recover as best as possible 
from my four years of high school 




Joseph R. Broccoli 
Brock 
Listening to First Offense play their music 
Ambition: To be a police officer 



Lynda Brochu 
Rolis 
Child Development I. II: Blue and White (3): 
Culinary Arts (3); Academic Internship (4) 
Ambition: To live a long, healthy life and 
make all my dreams come true 



Donna I Brooks 
Brooksie 
Ski Team (1.2.3): Tennis (2); Marching Band (l. 
Drum Major 2.3.4): Concert Band (1.2.3.4); Int 
Club (1.2.3.4); NHS (2.3.4); SADD/Peer 
Leaders (1,2.3.4): Senior Class Play; Model 
UN (3); 

Ambition: To live on the edge without falling 
off 



Jody J Brown 
Ambition: To be successful at whatever I do 




Gennaro M Buco 
Mauro. Moe 
Soccer (3.4): SADD/Peer-Leaders (2.3.4); In 
ternational Club (3); Drama Club (4), Blood 
mobile (3,4); Senior Class Play 
Ambition: I nave an idea that I wanna share, if 
you don'l like if — so what — 1 don't carel 



David A. Bueno 
Good. Buenos Dias 
Basketball (1.2.3.4); Baseball (1.2.3.4); Span 
ish Honor Society (4); International Club (4) 
Ambition: To succeed in what life has to offer 
me 



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Volleyball (I), Basketball (2). Softball (1): Track 



Lori Buonanno 
Ambition: To be rich .mil [ami ius 



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Lisa Marie Bulterworth 
Bloodmobile 

Ambition: To be the best I can ai whatever I 
choose to do with my life, and also to live my 
life to its fullest 



Christopher M Cammarata 
Chris 
Hockey 
Ambition: To make "Millions" from my music 



Karen Elizabeth Caraccio 
Carach 
Volleyball (2.3,41. Ski Team (3.4): Powderpuff 
Football (41: Powderpuff Hockey (3,4); Inter- 
national Club (4) 

Ambition: To receive a good education and 
become the best that I can be in my chosen 
field 



Peter W. Cardillo 
Pete 
Skiing (4) 

Ambition: To succeed in college and make 
lots of money 








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Donna J Charest 
Debbie 
National Honor Society (2.3,41: French Na 
lional Honor Society (Pres 4|; Int. Club (14). 
Marching Band (1.2,3.3); Concert Band 
(1,2.3.4); Jazz Band (3.4); Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To graduate from a good college 
and lead a happy and successful life 



Robert D Chase 
C.C . Ro-box 
Marching Band (1.2.3,4); Concert Band 
(1.2.3,4); Jazz Band (2.3.4); Indoor Perc (3). 
Int. Club (1,2); NHS (2.3.4); Class Play; Arrang- 
ers (2.4) 

Ambition: To be the first to combine toxic 
waste and septic sewage into an edible and 
nutritious dietary supplement 



Steven M Chasse 
Classy Chassy. Anteater 
Football (1,2,3,4); Win. Track (1.2.3.4); Spring 
Track (1.2.3.4); President (4); NHS (2.3.4), Int. 
Club (1.2.3.4); Model UN (3.4); Math Club 
(2.3.4) 

Ambition: To be the most successful person 
in the world by becoming the President of 
the United States of America 



Crystal Annette Cherry 
Cookie 
VISIONS Work Training Program — Honey- 
well (3.4). Lady Finelle industries (4): visions 
Class Secretary (3) 
Ambition: To work with children 




Michael Choquette 
Mike 
International Club (4) 
Ambition: To be an architect 



Anita Cintron 
Ambition: To have a successful career as a 
secretary, to be wealthy, and to have fun 



Christopher W Cody 
Chris 
Distributive Education 
Ambition To be rich and successful 



Mi unique < od\ 
( lymnastic s |l,2); Cheerleading ill 
Ambition Io Ik- a travel agent 



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Jason D. Comeau 
Jay 
Fooiball (1.2,3.4); Winter Track (3); Baseball 
ID; Spring Track (3) 

Ambiiion: To become a masier carpenier. 
own a consiruciion company, and have 
many children 



Tina Marie Ann Concemi 
Ambition: To become a hairdresser 



Katie Conley 



Jon Paul Connolly 
VISIONS Work Training Program — Honey 
well (3|, Lady Finelle Industries (4) 
Ambition; To travel to Hawaii 




Marc Contarino 



Jeffrey Cook 
Hey Cook 
Distributive Education: Signing In 
Ambition: To have a good successful job 
and be rich for the rest of my life 



James comeau 



Mk hael Couture 
Mike 
Ambition: To be a musician 




Theresa Cox 
International Club (I) 
Ambition: To become a lawyer 



Elizabeth a. Cunneen 

Swimming (1,2); International Club; Spanish 
National Honor Sex lety 
Ambition: To be a registered nurse so I will 
be able to help others, and also to live a 
happy, content life 



Susan Mane ( in nm > 

Sue 
Ambition: To be successful In whatever ide- 

< iilr to do 



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Krislen Culler 
Kris 
Colorguard (1) 
Ambition: To be successful in life 



Gail P. Cyr 
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Tennis (2); Art NHS; Painting 1.11, Drawing 1. II. 

Powderpuff Football (4| 

Ambition: To get married, have a family. 

pursue my art career, live a happy, full life. 

and remember all the best times with "The 

Group" 



April L Dailey 
Graphic Arts I, II. Independent Studv: Visual 
Arts 

Ambition: To be successful and happy in life 
and pursue my career in art 



Thomas M. D'Amico 

Tom 

Ambition: To accept what life has to offer me 

and to enjoy life with my speical girlfriend 

Stacy B. 




Vincent A. Damico 
Vinny 
Ambition: To succeed in everything 1 do 



I feather Davies 
Heath 
Chorus (2); Arrangers (3): Child Develop- 
ment: Internships (3.4); Work Study (4). 
Bloodmobile 

Ambition: 1 want the rest of my life to be filled 
with excitement and laughter. I hope to get 
married and be happy in whatever I decide 
to do 



llonka DeCastro 

Lonka, Chaka Kahn 

Ambition: To make my dreams come true, to 

be successful, and to have someone to 

share it all with forever 



Cheryl DeFrancesco 
Che 
Cheerleading; Business Co-op (3-4); Pow 
derpuff Football (1.2.4); Dancing 
Ambition: to own and run my own dance 
studio, stay in touch with my close friends, 
and be happily married to my honey 




Charles A DellaCroce. Jr. 
Chuck 
VISIONS Work Training Program — Honey 
well (3), Lady Finelle Inttustries (3), Raytheon 
(4); VISIONS Class Presidenl 
Ambition To travel around the world 



Marci Deluca 
Child Development II: Business Co-op 
Ambition: To live a long and nappy life with 
Charlie 



Deana Metric DeSantis 

Dee 
Ambition: To go to school, make mon<\ , gel 

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Trixie Ann Dietz 
Trixier 
Ambition: To make the best out of the life I 
have 



Robert DiFalco Jr 
Rob 
Cross Country (1,2,3,4); Winter Track (1,2,3.4); 
Spring Track (1.2,3.4); NHS (3.4.); Spanish 
NHS (4) Int. Club (4); Tennis. Swimming 
Ambition: To go nuts with my running and 
studies in college, make a lot of money, and 
marry a nice looking chick 



Eugene M DiFiore 
Geno. D 
Football (1.2.3.4); Gymnastics (1.2.3); Model 
U.N. (3.4); Senior Class Play 
Ambition: To achieve my goals in law en- 
forcement (S.C. 1-4-3) 



Bonnie Dinsmore 




Sherry Ann Dion 
Sher 



Robert Distefano 
Rob 
Ambition: To achieve success and happi 
ness 



Julie A DiZoglto 
Jules Twiggy 
Peer-Leaders: Business Coop; Dancing 
Ambition: To make the mosi of my life and 
live a fun and exciting life with mv Wubba in 
Florida 



Derek Christopher Donegan 

Double D 

Baseball (21; Tennis (1,3.4); SADD/Peer- 

Leaders (4); Interational Club (1,3); Street 

Hockey, Basketball, Football 




Matthew J Donovan 
Mall 
Football (1,2); Track (1.2) 
Ambition: To be happy and successful 



Shawn L Douglas 
Hunda. Luka. Heavy D . Neglect 
Soccer (1): Football (3.4): Winter Track (2.3.4); 
Tennis (1); Spring Track (2,3.4); Bloodmobile. 
Weightlifting. Swimming, Basketball 
Ambition: To be the best at what I do. and 
land a good paying job for the future 



Richard V Dowgiert 
Rich. Richie 
Ambition: To become very rich and success- 
ful and to one day open my own business 



Travis M. Droutn 
Trav 

Ambition To make ions oi money 



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Deana Lynne Drummond 
Dee 
Sr Class Play — Cassandra; Yearbook (4); 
SADD 

Ambition: Always remember great times w/ 
Tricia. Carrie, and Snow! Never 4-get sum- 
mers w/ Debba & Cobbett's Pond! I love you. 
Ducky! Always regret camping 6/24/88! 
Thanx Mom & Dad! I love you! Yahoo! I'm 
outta here! 



Shawn J. Dufresne 
Marching Band (3.4); Jazz Band (3,4); Blood- 
mobile (4) 
Ambition: To be successful 



Jennifer L Dupont 
Niff 
Powderpuff Football (1-4); Model UN (3); 
Bloodmobile (4) 
Ambition: To be successful 



Karen Lynn Dyeak 
Big Bird 
Colorguard (1.2.3,4); SADD/Peer-Leaders 
(2,3,4); International Club (2,3); Bloodmobile; 
Powderpuff Football (4); Child Dev. II (4) 
Ambition: To become a kindergarten 
teacher and bring happiness to everyone 
around me 




Alexander W. Felides 

Sir 

Ambition: To become master of all I survey 

and than give everyone else their ambition 



Karen Lee Feole 
Feol's 
volleyball (1.2); Gymnastics (1.2); Softball 
(1.2.3); Track(l); Powderpuff (2.3,4); Business 
Co-op; Bloodmobile (4) 
Ambition: To love Gary forever and never 
forget the great days with Tammy, Katie, 
Kathy, Jenn, and Shawn 



Paula T. Fernandes 
Basketball (1.2); Sp. Track (1.2,3); Cheerlead- 
ing (3, Capt 4); Class Play-Zelda. Powderpuff 
(3.4) 

Ambition: To make enough money to spend 
the rest of my life on a white sandy beach 
and never forget my close friends and all the 
wild times we had 



Nicole Field 
Nikki 
Swimming 1.2,3.4 

Ambition; To be successful, live a happy life, 
and stay good friends with Tammy Joseph in 
the future 



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Michelle Fitzwater 
Fitzi 
Tennis (2,3.4); International Club (2.3); Aca- 
demic Internship (4); SADD; Model UN (3); 
Bloodmobile (4); Business Co-op (4) 
Ambition: To be successful in whatever I 
attempt in lite 



Christopher D Fluel 
Chris 



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Michael Thomas Fournier 
Mike 
Tennis (3.4); International Club; SADD; Span- 
ish Bowl; Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To live life to its fullest and never 
look back 



Tamara O. Frechette 
Tammy 
Work study 

Ambition To go on to college, never forget 
the fun ive had in high school, and never 
forget my close friend Karyn 



Lisa Fusco 
Lis 
Gymnastics (1.3.4); Spring Track (3.4); Inter- 
national Club (3.4) 

Ambition: To be a successful hairdresser 
and to always remember my high school 
memories 



Christopher J Gagnon 
Duck 
Football (3.4); Wrestling (3.4); Tennis (2.4); 
Track (3); Melhuen Police Explorers; Class 
Play; Bloodmobile; Model UN; Swimming. 
Running, Weight Lifting 
Ambition; To become successful in the field 
of law enforcement 




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Sean Michael Gallagher 
Football (1.2.3.4); Winter Track (2); Senior 
Class Play 

Ambition: To be successful in whatever I 
choose to do 



Melissa Ann Gallo 
Melis 
Gymnastics (1); Distributive Education; Work 
Study Co-op 

Ambition: To always be happy, have my 
friends always be happy, graduate from col- 
lege, make a lot of money in a short time, and 
spend it 



Heather A. Galvin 
Skiing (2,3, Capt 4); Tennis (2.3.4): SADD (1.2): 
Senate (4); Student Advisory Council (4); 
Powderpuff Football (4); Model UN (3); Aca- 
demic Internship (4); Horseback Riding 
Ambition: to graduate from college and be- 
come a successful physical therapist 



Matthew E Garceau 
Mattee 
Cross Country (4): Winter Track (3.4): Spring 
Track (2.3.41; National Honor Society (2.3.4). 
Yearbook; Bloodmobile 
Ambition To buy a BMW 735i, have a boy 
named Matt, and to marry a woman wh( > will 
sign a pre-nuptial agreement 




Nicole Marie Garneau 
Child Development II; Powderpuff Football 
(4) 

Ambition: To be a day care teacher and to be 
successful in life 



Dawn M Garon 
Spring Track (1); Distributive Education (4) 
Ambition: To have a nice place to live, a nice 
husband, and a healthy life 



Jodi A Garon 
Shorty 

Softball (1,2); Work Study 



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International Club (2). Distributive Education 
Hi ( YO 

Ambiton: To go to college .mil lieiome a 
business administratoi 



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Siacey E Gaumond 
SADD (1.2) 

Ambilion: To be financially independenl and 
always be wilh Scott 



Daniel Geichell 
Geich 
Fooiball (1.2.3.4) 
Ambilion Hope I die before I grow old 



Christopher M. Giovanni 
Chris 
Ambition: To be weallhy and famous by suc- 
ceeding in the music industry 



Donna M. Giuffre 
SADD (I); International Club (1.21. Colorguard 
(1); Marching Band (2) 
Ambition: To never lose touch wilh P.F. 




Katie Godin 
Swimming (1,2.3. Capt 4); Ski Team (2); Soft- 
ball (1): SADD (1,2); Bloodmobile (4) 
Ambition: To always keep a smile and never 
forget the "Kissing Bandit' 



Michael Godin 
Marching Band (1.2.3.4); Concert Band 
(1.2,3.4); Jazz Band (3.4); Arrangers (3.4). Per- 
cussion Ensemble (1.2.3) 
Ambition: To take advantage of all the op- 
portunities that I possibly can 



Jacqueline L. Griffin 
Jacki 
Business Co-op (4); Chorus: Dancing 
Ambition: To keep in touch with my friends 
and to be happy and successful 



Edward J Guv III 
Eddie 
Cross Country (4); Track (1.2); Senior Class 
Play — Eugene; Drama Club (4); The Paper 
boys (41; TV Productions (1.2.3.4) 
Ambilion: To be adored by as many girls as 
possible but never loss touch with realm 





Tricia F. Guy 

Trish 
Basketball (2); Figure Skating Club (3. Capt 4): 
CYO (I): Model UN (3); Chorus (4); Powderpuff 
Hockey (4); Business Co-op Exp (41 
Ambition: To go to college and get my CPA 
and do part time modeling 



David Richard Habib 
Habs 
Hockey (21; International Club; Math Club 
Ambilion To make a lot of money!!! 



Diane Habib 
Di 
Winter Track (1.2); Sofiball (1.2); 
Ambition: To become rich and successful in 
whatever I do 



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Slick 
Ambilion TO be a stale trooper 



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Lynne M. Hajjar 
Lenny B. 
National Honor Society (2.3. Sec 4); Spanish 
NHS (Pres. 4); SADD Peer-Leaders (1.2.3.4); 
Internatioal Club (1.2.3,4): Powderpuff 
Hockey (3.4); Boston Bruins Fan Club! 
Ambition: To prove that money can buy hap- 
piness! 



Snow Kathleen Halloran 
Basketball (1,2,3.4); Track (1,2); Powderpuff 
Football (14) 

Ambition: To succeed in the Business World 
and to be happy 



Heather Hamel 
SADD (1,2) 

Ambition: To get married to Shane after 
school and become successful to life 



Tracy Veronica Hamel 
Trace 
Child Development II; Business Co-op (3.4) 
Ambition: to live a happy and successful life 
with Dave and to always keep in touch with 
my friends 




Kathleen Mary Hanley 

HANLEY 

Basketball (1.2.3. Capt 4); Softball (1.2); 

Senate (Pres 4); Bloodmobile (4); Yearbook 

(4) 

Ambition: To leave the town of Methuen, 
realize that there is so much more to life, and 
to have a hell of a lot of fun while living it! 



Derek Hartnett 
Trigger 
Graphics. Music 

Ambition: To stand on top of the world 
without falling off 



Kathleen L Hennessy 
Calfy, Hen 
Volleyball (1.2.3. Capt 4); Win. Track (1.2,3. 
Cap 4); Sp Track (1.2,3. Capt 4); Yearbook (4); 
TV Prod (1.2.3.4); Bloodmobile (4); Var Show 
(4) 

Ambition: To graduate from college, be- 
come an anchor person for the 6 o'clock 
news, and eventually get married and have 
kids. 



David P Henry 
Dave. Hank 
Hockey (1.2.3. Capt 4); Tennis (1.2. Capt 3.4); 
Treasurer (2.3) 

Ambition: To exert the least effort and go the 
longest distance 




Laurie Lee Hester 

Lau. Lee 

SADD/Peer Leaders (2.3,4); International 

Club (3); Yearbook (4); Model UN (3); Painting 

I; Photography 

Ambition: To never give up my hobby of im- 
pressionistic painting and to become a suc- 
cess at whatever I do 



William T Hltchmoth II 
Hitch 

Football (1,2,3. Capt 4); Winter Track (1,2,3. 
Capt 4); Spring Track (1.2,3. Capt 4); Year 
book (4); Senior Class Play, Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To be caned around the Town of 
Methuen in Shawn Douglas' car after he gets 
his license. 



Scott T. Hobbs 
Scotly 
Baseball (1,2) 
Ambition: To become a successful business 

man and spend a great life with my Wubba 



Paula I I luggan 
< Ink I I levclopmcni I. II. Distributive I dm a 
lion 
Ambition ro get married and have a (un and 

exciting lite with lim and also to In-iome a 

nursery s< hool teachei 



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Spencer G Hulsebus 
Spence The House" Hulsebus 
Soccer (4); Bloodmobile; Working; Basket- 
ball, Partying. - Big Guy Club" 
Ambition: To make something of myself 



Jennifer R. Hurley 
Jenn 
Swimming (1,2); International Club (2.3); Sec- 
retary (1) 

Ambition: To be financially independent and 
for all my friends to have a safe and healthy 
life 



Jessica Dorothy Hurley 
Jess. Jessi 
Swimming (1.2); International Club (1,2.3); 
Treasurer (1); SADD/Peer Leaders (1.2.3.4); 
Job Experience; Photography 
Ambition: To be successful in the business 
world 



Jill lannuccilli 

Chilli 

Volleyball (1.2.3,4); Softball (1.2,3.4); Pow- 

derpuff Football (4); Powderpuff Hockey (4); 

Bloodmobile 

Ambition: To live life to the fullest and to 
reach the stars without getting caught in the 
clouds 




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James J Jaskot 
Jazzman 
Soccer (1,2.3.4); Wrestling (1,2,3.4); Baseball 
(1.2) 

Ambition; To be a successful and highly re- 
spected entrepeneur 



Kristine Johnson 
Kris 
Child Development 11. SADD (1) 
Ambition; To marry Tommy, always be 
happy and have enough kids for our own 
baseball team 



Jennifer Marie Jordan 

Jordie 

Cross Country (2,3, Capt 4); Winter Track 

(2.3,4); Spring Track (1.2,3,4); Water Skiing; 

Swimming 

Ambition: To achieve my goals and be suc- 
cessful in life 



Tammy Marie Joseph 
T.J. 

Ambition: To always be able to laugh and 
keep the memories of the good times IVe 
had at M.H.S.. and to keep in touch with all 
mv good friends ad my best friend, Nicole 
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Patricia Kalil 
Tricia 
Ambition: To become an aerial intelligence 
specialist in the US Army 



Suzanne Marie Keith 
Sue 
Winter Track (1.2,3. Capt 4); Spring Track 
(1.2.3.4); SADD/Peer-Leaders (1,2,3,4) 
Ambition: To successfully complete an edu 
calional in Fashion Merchandising, live in 
New York City, and be the very' best in my 
field 



Patricia A Keleher 
French National Honor Society (4); Inter- 
national Club (4); French Bowl (4); Blood- 
mobile 

Ambition: To get my associate's degree in 
business 



Mark David Kelleher 
K 
Football (1.2.3.4); Basketball (1.2.31; Wrestling 
(41. Baseball (1); Track (2.3,4): 
Ambition; To be happy, make money, and 
live life to my potential, not necessarily in that 
order 



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Kimberly Ann Kendall 
Kimby 
Iniernaiional Club (2.4); Science Fair (Finalisi 
1.2.3) 

Ambition: To live each day to the fullest and 
to appreciate the person I become 



Patrick Vincent Keough 
Football (1.2.3.4); Wrestling (1.2.3.4); Track 
(1.2.3) 
Ambition: Upon us all a little rain must fall 



Stephanie Koza 
SADD0.2) 

Ambition: To be successful in the business 
area, marry David and live a very happy life, 
an invite all my friends to the biggest 
wedding in the year 1992 



Tammy Cecilia Kress 
International Club (3); Drama Club (4) 
Ambition: To be an accountant for a major 
business 





Katya Kucukistepanoglu 
Katie. Kat. Kathy 
Volleyball (1,2); Int Club (1.2.3); SADD (1.2.3); 
P.P. Football (4); P.P. Hockey (4); volleyball 
Scorer (2.3.4): Bloodmobile; Yearbook (4); 
Science Fair (1.2.3,4); Business Coop 
(1.2.3.4) 

Ambition: To become a medical tech 
nologist and to diagnose the very common 
diseases 



Tracy Kudla 
Ambition: To be successful at what l do and 
to be the best person 1 can be 



Se Hui Kwon 
Say Doll 

Model UN (3.4); Science Fair (3) 
Ambition: To be successful in life- 



Jennifer Lally 
Field Hockev (2.3): Model UN (3.4); R.N.C 
13.4) 

Ambition: To constantly set and reach high 
goals and to have as much fun in the future 
as I have had in the past 




Carl J Lambert 
Zippo 
VISIONS Work Training Program — Honey- 
well (3.4). Raytheon (4) 
Ambition: To see California 



Mark Lambert 
Soccer (3.4); Track (1.2) 
Ambition: To become a state troopei 



Timothy J. Lambert 
Bell Head 
skiing (2), National An Honoi Society (Pres 
Idem 4i 

Ambition: To try to be the best that I can .u 
everything I do 



Molx-rt s Lang 

Big Bob 

Football (l] Soccer (3.4) Basketball (1,2.3.4); 

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Thomas P. Langlois 
Wrestling (1.2.3); Baseball (1.2.3.4) 
Ambition: To leave my mark in the world and 
keep T + K always 



Alyson Beth LaPlume 
Allie 



James Laudani 
Daans 
Football (1.2); Wrestling (1,2); Track (1); Body- 
building 

Ambition: To have a successful business in 
the electrical field and also to become a pro- 
fessional bodybuilder 



Martha Lavigne 
Marty 
Cheerleading(2.3); Model UN (3); Powderpuff 
Football (4); Senior Class Play 
Ambition; To spend my life with the people I 
love, to have a successful career, to never 
forget the great times with my friends and to 
have many more 




Eric Lavoie 
Ambition: To do everything humanly pos- 
sible 



Diane Lawton 
Dee 
Field Hockey (1.2.3.4); Art; Music: Dancing 
Ambition: To become a famous artist, own a 
studio apartment in LA., have manv lovers, 
and finally settle down and marry Vince Neil 



Edna J. Leach 
Field Hockey (1.2); Basketball (l); Softball (1.2); 
int. Club (1); Senior Class Play; Powderpuff 
Football (1.2,3.4); Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To never forget all my yesterdays 
but to make mv tomorrows even better, and 
to never forget the friends IVe made at MHS 



Kevin D. Lehane 
Kev 
Wrestling (3); National Honor Society (2.3): 
International Club (1.2) 
Ambition: To make the most of mv life 




Stephan J Lemieux 
Steph 
Hockey (1.2.3); Track (1.2); Bicycling 
Ambition: To go to college and make a lot of 
money 



Antonella Patricia Leone 
Toni Leone 
International Club 

Ambition To open my own business some- 
day, somewhere in Italy 



Carol A. Lister 
Ca (BCA 88 89) 

X-Country (1.2); Volleyball (3); Sp rrat k (1,2); 
Art NHS (4); Model UN (3); Science Fair 
(1.2,3.4) 

Ambition. To always remembet the great 
DD's with Kevin, Jen. and Stove and all the 
groat times withnn Iricnds. and to always be 
happy with who I am and what I'm doing with 
my life 



Jerelyn a Lozeau 

Jer 
Gymnastics 11.21. Drama ( luhi-n [)ance( lull 
1 1.2.3 -n Senior Class l'l,i\ 
Ambition hi keep in touch with .ill mv 
friends, to be a professional dancet and id 
si imcday dam o in ,i Prim o video 



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Christopher James Lozowski 
Chris 
Hockey (1.2.3) 



Pui Kum Luk 
MiMi. Rita 
Dance Club (1) 
Ambition: To be a successful engineer 



Angela M Lyons 

Ang 

Gymnastics (1.2,3. Capt 4); International Club 

(1,2); "IBTC 

Ambition: To live a good live and have fun 



Mark J Maciariello 
Head Banger 




Jennifer L Madison 
Jen 
Gymnastics (1.2.3. Capt 4): Field Hockey 
(1.2.3,4); International Club (2); Yearbook (4); 
Powder Puff (1.2) - 1BTC; 
Ambition: To lead the single life and be 
happy 



Lucien Majarian 



Virginia Ruin Majkul 
Ruthie. Ru 
International Club (1). Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To never have to wish I should 
have done something 



Jim Makris 
Football (1.21; Basketball (1.2.3); Weighthfting 
Ambition: To seek the eternal buzz 




Elaine Malik 



Swimming (!) 



Ambition 
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Diane Malenlanl 
Di 
To be a secretary and marry 



David Mambro 
Rambo 
Football (1.2,3, Capl 4); Wrestling (1.2.3. Capl 
4); Spring Track (1.2): Inl Club (3); SADD/ 
Peerleaders cti. senior (lass Play 
Ambition: To be successful in whatevei id", 
whatever that Isl and to slay in tout li with 
my friends and party with them until I die! 



Elizabeth M Marlowe 
Beth 

Vollevball<;t.4i Basketball (1.2). Wintei I'rack 
lin sp rrack (1.2.4): Drama Club (1.2.3,41 

NHS (2.3.41 SADD (2 1.41 Seiiale (3) 

Model un (3): Powderpufl Football (3,*) 
Ambition io become a famous astronaut 

and move bat k to suiim California' 



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Nicole Marotta 
Daffy, Nic 
Swimming (1.2,3, Capl 4); Tennis (2); SADD 
(l|; Powderpuff Football (4); Powderpuff 
Hockey (4); Model UN (3,4). Yearbook; Senior 
Class Play 

Ambition: To become a rich & famous 
lawyer, never forget my friends at MHS. and 
always remember those special moments 
with Scruffy 



David C Marsh 
Marshy 
Cross Country (1.2,3.4); Winter Track (1.2,); 
Hockey (3,4); Spring Track (1,2,4); 
Ambition: To go to college and get as much 
out of life that's possible 



Brian Martineau 




Darren Martino 
Derwood 
National Honor Society 
Ambition: No matter what job 1 have to make 
sure I'm having fun doing it It wouldn't hurt if 
it made me filthy rich, though And to never 
forget the class of '89 



Shannon Marie McCann 
Shannon. Chicken 
Child Development I, II; Reading 
Ambition: To be successful in life and have a 
family 



Sean J. McCarthy 
Mac 
Football (1.2.3,4); Winter Track(l.2); Wrestling 
(3,4); Spring Track (1,2.3); Bloodmobile; Va- 
riety Show 
Ambition: To become a teacher and a coach 



Timothv McCormack 
Hockey (1.2,3,4) 

Ambition: To have as much fun as possible 
in life 




Holly Carol McDougall 

Hoi 

Ambition: To be happily married, have kids. 

and have a good job making a lot of money 



Lisa Ann McGuire 
Lee, Twin 
Distributive Education; Powderpuff Football 
Ambition: To follow my dreams, always 
have friends like Dani. and spend my life with 
Kevin DR. — B.O.F. 



Colleen Mi Roblm 



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Dugno 
Football (1.2,3.4); Hockey (1.2.3.41; Spring 
Track (2,3) 
Ambition: To hang around and do the roungy 



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Michael Mehrmann 
Mike 
Skiing 
Ambition: To keep partying 



Tracey Lynn Melia 
Trace 
Distributive Education; Homecoming Queen 
Runner-up 

Ambition: To spend a happy and successful 
life with Sam and to keep in touch with my 
friends 



Kathleen Tracy Merrill 
Kat 
Work Study 
Ambition: To live my life the best 1 can 



Andrea Messina 
Volleyball (1,2,3.4); Basketball (1,2); Win, 
Track (3|; Softball (1.2.3.41; Intra. Basketball 
(1.2); Int Club (3); Art NHS (4); P.P. FB (3,4) 
Ambition: To go to a good college, make the 
most of my life, have a family, and get my 
license before the age of 25. 




Debra Ann Messina 
Debbie 
Work Study 

Ambition: To marry Rino and to have all our 
dreams come true, to keep in touch with my 
friends.and to become a successful hair 
dresser and own a hair salon 



Kathy Morin 
Kat. Kath 
Ambition: To be happy, healthy, and sue 
cessful 



Renee Marie Mouleart 
Nea 
Child Development li 

Ambition: To have a successful life, get mar- 
ried to Mark, and have a day care of my own 



Rita Mane Mouleart 
Reed 
Ambition: To become successful real estate 
broker 




Patricia Murray 
Tricia 
Volleyball (1,2,3. Capt 4); Basketball (1.2.3,4); 
Softball (1.2,3,4) 

Ambition: to do well in college, be sin < < ss 
ful, and never forget the summer of '88 wiih 
Kate. Lristen, Cath. Sue, Cindy, and Dee 



Mary Jane M. Mushow 

Mi .11 
Gymnastics (I), lnlernation.il Club (4); Span 
ish Honor Society (4); SADD (2,3). Dancing 
Ambition: To see the world with the one I 
love 



Antonletta Napolltano 

Netta 



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Helen Naull 
Ambiiion: To be a success in any career I 
choose 



Dancing 



Eris J Navarria 
Peep 



April Dawn Naylor 
international Club (1.2.3); Marching Band 
(1,2.3.4); Concert Band (1.2.3.4). Jazz Band 
(2,3,4); Model UN (3); Senior District Band; 
National Honor Society (2,3,4); Hospital vol- 
unteer; Sunday School Teacher 
Ambition: To become an orthopedic sur- 
geon 



Keith Neal 

Gunter 

Football (1,2.3.4); Winter Track (1,2,3,4); 

Spring Track (1,2,3,4); Model UN (3,4); Senior 

Class Play — Bubba 

Ambition: To excell in college and eventually 
become a powerful political figure 




Angela Camille Nicolosi 

Ang. Angelina 

Work Study; Child Development; Academic 

Internship (4); Driving around Methuen with 

Heather in a Chevy 

Ambition: To drive around a town besides 
Methuen in a BMW 



Todd Michael Niziak 
Football (1.2.3.4): Wrestling (3.4); Baseball 
(1.2.3); Reading about sporting events. Play- 
ing Football, Basketball. Golf. Baseball 
Ambition: To work hard and be successful 
and to stay with my girlfriend forever 



Christine M. Normand 
Cheerleading (Capt 1); Bloodmobile (41 
Ambition: To be happy, healthy, and suc- 
cessful in my legal career 



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Sean o'Leary 

Baseball (1.3.4) 

Ambition: To lead a happy, healthy, success- 
ful life and never let life's disappointments 
get me down 



Paul N. Olenik 
Lenny 
Football (1). Hockey (1,2,3. Capt 4); Tennis (4); 
Bloodmobile 

Ambition: To go lo prep school, keep playii ig 
hockey, and eventually graduate from col- 
lege with a degree- in sports medic ine 



Jo-Ann Ouellette 
Field hockey (1,2,3.4); int. Clubh (2,4); French 

Honor Society (4): NHS (2,3,4); Year! n « ik I4i 

Ambition To meet life's challenges, always 

have a sense ot humor lor lilcs disappoint 
merits, live for the future, and not dwell in the 
past 



iMini i,i Pappalardo 
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Ambition fo live a happy, healthy life 



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Roben A. Pappalardo 
Robbo 
Ambition: Trash or be trashed 



Thomas A Pappalardo 
Tom 
Ski Team (1.2.3. Capt 4); Track (1.2); Skating; 
war Games 

Ambiiionn: To have a good time at college 
and then open up my own business and 
own a Porsche 



Seung B Park 
TOEFL, Dave 

Football (3.4); Winter Track (3): Tennis 
(1.2.3,4); Bloodmobile 

Ambition: To graduate from college and 
make lots of money 



Dina M Pascal 
Dee. Deens 
Field Hockey (l); Int Club (2): Child Dev. II; 
Bloodmobile; Science Fair; Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To remember that life has every- 
thing to offer, to reach for it and achieve it, 
and always keep my life in perspective and 
stay happy 




Pathik Patel 
Pepie 
Soccer (3); Intra Basketball (2,3.4); Intra Vol 
leyball (2.3.4); SADD — Peer Leaders (3,4); 
National Honor Society (2.3.4); Tutoring (3.4); 
Independent study — computer office help 
(4). Helping mentallv-handicapped students 
(4) 

Ambition: To enjoy life with a good job 



Stacie A Pearson 
Cross Country (1.2); NHS (2.3. Treas. 4); Int 
Club (3); SADD (1.2); PP FB (1.2.3.4); Girls' 
State (3); Treasurer (4); Bloodmobile: Year- 
book; Dancing 

Ambition: TO BE ON TIME, survive the inde 
pendent life at college, become a dentist, 
and always be happy 



Mark J Pellegrino 
Ambition: To own a business and be suc- 
cessful 



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Bridget Ann Pelletier 
Gette 
Swimming d.2.3.4); Tennis (1.2.3.4); Ski 
Team (l ); Int Club( 1 .2.4); SADD/Peer Leaders 
(1.2.3.4.): Secretary (2); Colorguard (1,2); PP 
FB (1.2.3.4); Sr. Class Play; Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To own my own business after I 
graduate and to be happy as well as sue 
cessful 

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Melissa A. Perkins 
Ambition: To always be with Pete and to 
never have to see this place again! 



Paul m Perry 
Perry 
Cars. Music. Dancing 

Ambition, To graduate Irom i ollege and In- 
come <i Methuen Polk e officer 



Anthony J Petraltis 

Tons 

Listening 10 musk . Welghtllftlng 

\iniiini hi world Domination 




Cheryl Ann Petralia 
Aerobics. Working in a bank, Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To marry Gary, have a family, be 
successful, and own a business 



Melissa A.F. Petrillo 
Mel 
Senate (Sec 4); Secretary's Aide ( l ); Teacher's 
Aide (2); Powderpuff (4) 
Ambition: Foreign skies blinded me with 
empty charms. Across the ocean I fell into 
your arms, So sure. So Wrong . . George 
Michael 



James Houston Phelps 
Jonse, Fleps 
Drama Club (2.3,4); Ranger Report (3.4); 
Creative Writing; Music 
Ambition: To be all of the following: Author. 
Disc Jockey. Director, Actor, Singer, and any- 
thing else I can think of 



Charles V. Piazza 
Chuck 
Baseball (1.2.3.4) 
Ambition: To be a carpenter 




Alan P. Picarillo 
Al, Pic. Jerry 
Soccer (3. Capt 4); Gymnastics (1,3); Tennis 
(3). Spring Track (4); NHS (2,3. Hist. 4); Int. 
Club (1,2,3); Bloodmobile; Model UN (3,4) 
Ambition: To graduate from med school, 
move back here to set up my practice, and 
torture my fellow classmates' children 



Naomi Potter 
Ni 
International Club ( 1 , 2 ); Drama Club ( l ); SADD 
(1.2); Tennis (3,4); Senate (3.4); Senior Class 
Play; Annoucements (4) 
Ambition: To live a long and prosperous life, 
achieve all of my goals, and make my par- 
ents extremely proud of me 



Jennifer Powers 
Jenn 
SADD (1) 

Ambition: To have more great times with my 
friends and try to live my life to the fullest 



Robert F. Preston 
Bob 
Building. Riding. Guitar 
Ambition: To own my own construction 
business 




Stephen Ragonese 
Rags 
Soccer (1.2); Hockey (1); Racing sports cars 
Ambition: To become a police officer 



Mary Regan 
Mar 
Tennis (4); Blue and White (3. Ed. 4); National 
Honor Society (3.4); Model UN (4) 
Ambition: To write for Rolling Stone while 
jetting between my summer house in MA 
and my winter home in CA 



Robert J. Remillard 
Rob 
Play Music; Play Bass 
Ambition: To finish school, get a real job and 
a lot of money, and to play in Dokcn 



i Mm. Ik- Marie Ronaud 
1 i.ini 
Distributive Ed; Dancing; Powderpuit Fool 
ball; Senior Class Play 
Ambition rolivemj life to the fullest, remain 
the best of friends with Lisa, and spend m\ 
life with the one I love (M M ) L.M. — B.F.F. 



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Dena Marie Riccio 
Dee 

Softball (2.3.41, International Club (3); SADD 
(1.2); Dance Club(l,2); Drama Club (4); Senate 
(3.4); Academic internship; Powder Puff 
Football (2.4); Class Play; Dancing 
Ambition: To live a happy life and become a 
sing language interpreter 



Joel K. Rodgers 
Football (1); Tennis (1.2. Capt 3.4); NHS (2,3.4); 
Class President (1,2,3); SADD — Peer 
Leaders (1,2,3,4); Band (1.2.3,4); Senior Class 
Play — Rumbo; Boys State (3); GLEC SURF 
Project (3,4) 

Ambition: To become famous, retire to a 
tropical island, and find a endless wave 



Arcelis Rodriguez 



Pamela Jean Romanelli 
Pammy 
Skating (2.3); Powder Puff Football (I) 
Ambition: To stop the world so I can get off 
and make a better life for myself 




Brian E. Rossell 
Soccer (1.2.3); Tennis (2.3.4); National Honor 
Society (2.3,4); Model UN (4); Blue and white 
Ambition: To become a world famous jour- 
nalist . . and newspaper editor 



Keith Rotondo 



Charlene Marie Roussel 
Cha 
■Ambition: To be a psychologist 



Louis Roux 
Flipper 
Ambition: To become very rich at 25 and 
never have to work again 




Tracy M. Roy 
Dear Abby 
Drama Club (4); Model UN (3); Powderpuff 
Football (4); Senior Class Play — Blanche 
Ambition: To become an actress in plays (I 
don't want to be famous, I just want to enter 
lain people), and become a wife and mother 



Jeffrey Ruhmann 
Jeff 
Tennis (1.2.4) 

Ambition: To do the best at what 1 do and to 
enjoy life 



Lorette M. Rvnne 
Gymnastics (1.2); Band (1.2,3.4); Marching 
Band (1,2); Distributive Ed. (3.4); Work Study 
Ambition: To be a hairdresser, own my own 
salon, and stay in touch with C.V. 



Richard Sampaio 



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Gina Sanguedolce 
Shorty 
Colorguard (1) 
Ambilion: To become a pre school teacher 



Lauren A Sanguedolce 
HM, Mervus 
Volleyball (1.2.3.4); Softball (1,2); Tennis (3.4) 
lntClub(1.2.3. Rep 4); NHS (2.3.4); Ring Com 
mittee (2); SADD (1.2.3.4); Model UN (3.4); 
Yearbook (4); Vice Presidenl (1,2) 
Ambilion: To be ungrounded so that 1 can 
have as much fun as my friends are having 
w/o me 



Diane Santiago 
Inlernalional Club 
Ambilion: To be and elementary teacher 



Maria Santiago 
China 
Ambition: To become successful in my 
chosen career 




John D Schmoillach 
Schmoity, Dr John 
Band (1.2,3.4); National Honor Society (2,3,4); 
Yearbook (co-editor): Senior Class Play — 
Don; Boys' State (3). Ini I Club (1.2); SADD 0.2) 
Ambition: To reach for the stars and come 
back with something worthwhile, preferably 
a spot on Ihe Fortune 500 



Sherry L. Scon 
Business Coop (2.3.4); Independenl 
Graphic Arts (2.3.4) 

Ambilion: To have a wonderful life and to be 
rich 



Nancy Segal 
Cross Country (1.2.3.4); Basketball (1.2); Win. 
Track (3,4); Sp. Track (3.4); Int. Club (3.4); 
PeerLeader (3); Dance (1.2.3.4); Arrangers (2) 
Ambition: To succeed as a dielician and lo 
one day become a live-in dietician for men 
body builders 



Jill K. Sestini 
Field Hockey (1.2,3. Capt 4); Basketball (1.2.3. 
Capt 4); Softball (1,2.3, Capt 4); Peerleaders 

(4) 

Ambition: To have my friends forever, to 
never grow up. and to go beyond my limils 




Roxanne Shannon 
Roxi 
Skating (2.3.4); SADD; Office help 
Ambition To be sua essful and happy in Inc. 
and to be friends with Tncia and M.ir\ Beth 
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Jem liter A. Sharrock 
Jen 
Volleyball (3); Softball (2); Colorguard (1.2); 
Powdcrpuff Football (41; Variety Show (4); 
Senior Class Play; Model L'N (31 
Ambilion To always remember Ihe great 
times with "the group" and all the awesome 
"DDs" with Steve. Carol, and Kevin 



Maria Shule 
Ria 
Arrangers (2.3,4); Chorus (1.2,3,4); Har- 
monettes m 

Ambition To make it through college and 
find a good job 



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Michelle Lynn Simmons Salois 
Shelley 
Win. Track (1.2.3): Sp Track (1.2.3); P.P. Fool- 
ball (1.2.3); Powderpuff Hockey (1.2): Blood 
mobile; 

Ambition: Nol lo just float through life, but to 
make waves, to be a great success in 
fashion design, and be the best mother and 
wife 1 can possibly be 



Barbara Ann Skaff 
Babs 
Tennis (3.4); International Club (1,2); Natl Art 
Honor Society. Hist ; Powder Puff Football 
(4); Powder Puff Hockey (2.4) 
Ambition: To succeed in a career in the art 
related field and to be happy in life forever 
and always 



Robin L Smith 
Robby 
Chorus (2.3.4); SADD ( 1 ); International Club ( 1 ) 
Ambition: To have a successful career in re- 
tail, to get married, and have a family 



Roben St Germain 

Robby 

International Club (1-4): SADD (1); National 

Honor Society (2,3.4); French Honor Society 

(4) 

Ambition: To go to college, be successful in 
whatever l choose to pursue, marry and 
have a family, and travel around the world 




Michael J. St. Jean 
Pokey 
The Great Outdoors 

Ambition: You only live once so have as 
much fun as possible at all times 



Tammi Lynn Stanwood 
L.T., Tamos 
Ambition: To live life to its fullest 



William Steihler 
Bill 
Distributive Education 
Ambition: To be happy and not to worry 



Christian D Stone 
Chris 
Marching Band; Concen Band 
Ambition: To be successful in a literary and/ 
or music career 




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Kelly Ann Sylvester 
Gymnastics (1.2,3.4) 



Jeffrey Talanian 
The Master 



Richard J Talbot 
Football (2); Track (1,2); Baseball (3); Distribu- 
tive Education. Skiing 

Ambition: To graduate from college with a 
law degree and become a state cop 



Laurel Alice Taylor 

Mouse 

VISIONS Work Training Program — Marriott 

(4) 

Ambition I" Ik- a dancer — ballet and jazz 



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Todd C Thomas 
Skiing 
Ambition: To succeed in life 



Sandra Ann Thurber 
Gerber 

SADD (1.2); Colorguard (1.2.3). Winlerguard 
(2); Powderpuff Football (4); Powderpuff 
Hockey (4); Child Development II 
Ambition: To be a successful business 
woman and have a wonderful married life 
with children 



John P. Tiani 
Yang 
Baseball (2.3.4); International Club (2.3.4). 
National Honor Society (2,3,4); Model UN (3); 
Salem State Constitutional Convention (3) 
Ambition: To be prompt and stop pro- 
crastinating 



Paula Ann Tillberg 
Paulajo, P B #2 
Cheerleading til; Drama Club (4); TV Pro- 
duction (1.2,3.4). Dancing; A 3 
Ambition: To keep "spizing" up everyone's 
life and to marry my "Prince- 




Stacy Tilney 
Stace 
Basketball (l); German Club (1,2.3); Pow- 
derpuff Football (4) 

Ambition: To keep from going crazy and help 
others do the same 



Bridget Lee Torosian 

Bridge 

Powderpuff Football (1.4) 

Ambition: To live. love, and lead my life to the 

fullest and to prove myself to those in doubt 



Tara Torrisi 
Tornsi 
Basketball (2). International Club (3) 
Ambition: To be a successful court stenog- 
rapher 



Nizar Touma 

Nizzv 
Weight Lifting. Volleyball. Guitar; Going to 
every thrash concert there is; Headbanging 
Ambition: To go to every Manowar concert 




David Trachtenberg 
Track 
Cross Country (3.4); Winter Track (3.4); 
Spring Track (3.4): SADD (2); Model UN (3.4); 
Science Fair (Winner 3,4) 
Ambition: To be wealthy, to have a small 
family, and to someday coach basketball 



Andrew C Trask 
Andy. Jerry, Air Andy 
Basketball. Guitar 



Anne E Tremblay 
Flowerchild 
International Club (1,2.3.4); Drama Club (3,4); 
National Honor Society (2.3,4); French Nl IS 
(V.P. 4); Senate (2.3); Arrangers (1,2.3.4); 
SADD/Peer-Leaders (1.2.3.4) 
Ambition: To remember the past, look to the 
future, and live for today 



Dave Tremblav 
Football (I). Basketball (1). Baseball (1); Dis- 
tributive Education; Skiing; Motor Cross 
Ambition To get married (someday), grad- 
uate from college, build my own house, and 
get backstage passes to Metallic.) 



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Natalie Jennifer Troia 
Nat 
Cross Country (3.4); Winter Track (1.2.3,4); 
Tennis (2.3.4); SADD (1.2,3.4); International 
Club (4); Powderpuff Football (2.3.4) 
Ambition: To never forget the memories of 
our (BQ. SK. HM. and QDS) R.Y. at MHS. and 
to keep in touch with my friends forever 



Jo Ann C Trovato 
Jo 
Tennis (3); International Club (1.2,3.4); Na- 
tional Honor Society (2.3,4); Spanish Honor 
Society (4); Senate (3) 
Ambition; To become a pediatrician 



Kristen Turnois 
Kris 
Field Hockey (1.2.3): Winter Track (3.4); 
Spring Track (2.3,4); Powderpuff Football (4); 
Powderpuff Hockey (4) 
Ambition: To marry Mark, reach all my goals 
and always stay happy 



Nicole A. Valcke 
Boober 
Powderpuff Football (2.3.4): Powderpuff 
Hockey (2.3.4): Marching Band ( 1 .2.3,4); Con- 
cert Band (1.2.3,4) 
Ambition: To be a marine biologist 




Carrie Ann Valente 
Ambition: To become a hair dresser and 
own my own place and always keep in touch 
forever with Lorette 



Melvin Christopher Velez 
Vinny 
Soccer (1,2); Wrestling (l); Basketball (2); 
Baseball (1,2,3.4); international Club (4); 
Methuen Youth Baseball: Melhuen Youth 
Basketball; Volleyball Tournament 
Ambition: To become the best CPA known 
everywhere or become a pro-baseball 
player 



Randall D Veno 

Randy 

Soccer (2.3.4); Hockey (2,3,4); Tennis (4): 

Newspaper photographer (4); Yearbook (4); 

Model UN (3) 

Ambition: To become an officer in the United 
States Coast Guard 



Jennifer B Watson 
Jenna 
volleyball (2); Basketball (l); Softball (2); Year- 
book Photography Editor, Senior Class Play 
— Cobra; Bloodmobile 
Ambition; To pursue a career in photogra- 
phy, never forget my friends, and to remain 
thin 




Stacy J. Weston 
Volleyball (1); International Club (I); Class Sec- 
retary (3.4); Senior Class Play (4); Model UN 
(3); Student Relations Seminar (3); Academic 
Internship (4); Bloodmobile (4) 
Ambition: To be a corporate lawyer and own 
law office 



Jennifer g. wicks 
wicksie 
Cross Country (I); Field Hockey (2.3,4); Skiing 
(1,2.3.4); Softball (2.4); Drama Club 
Ambition: To succeed in life and fulfill all my 
dreams 



Amy E. Wlodyka 
Cross Country (1.2.3,4); Winter Track ( l .2.3.4); 
Spring Track (1.2.3.4); Inl Club (1.2.3); SADD 
(1.2); Model UN (3.4) 

Ambition: To walk through life with my head 
held high, and to be proud of my life's ac 
complishments 



Colleen wood 

Wcxxlv 

Volleyball (l); Softball (1.2); Model UN (3.4) 

Academic Internship i4i 

Ambition: To finally gel my braces offl 



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Robena S Wood 
Berta. Bobbie. Bert. RO 
SADD/PeerLeaders (1,2,3) 
Ambition: To achieve in the science world 



Jeff Zannini 
Z 
Football ( l ); Soccer (3, Capt 4); Indoor Soccer 
(2.3); Basketball (2), Spring Track (2); Spring 
Soccer (3.4); Soccer Referee 
Ambition: To be successful in life 



Ryan Zannini 
Zahin 
Football (l); Soccer (3); Cross Country (4); 
Basketball (1.2.3.4), Spring Track (1.2.3.4); 
NHS (2.3. Pres. 4); Int Club (1,2.3); Peer- 
Leaders (3,4); Boys' State (3). Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To become an accountant and get 
my CPA 



Edward M. Zraket 
Eddie Z 
Basketball (1.2,3. Capt 4). Baseball (1.2,3, 
Capt 4); Int. Club (1,3); Honor Society (2.3.4); 
Yearbook (editor); Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To reach my goals and excel in the 
business world but be able to have fun while 
doing it 




SHY SENIORS 



Sean Balevere 
Kimberly Bemis 
Jeanine Bergeron 
Christopher Bogonis 
Timothy Carney 
John Houlihan 



Matthew Kroon 
Timothy Lehane 
James Pitochelli 
Luis Rodriguez 
Craig Thompson 




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WILL 



Let it be known that we, the MHS class of 1989, being of sound and reasonable mind and realizing the uncer- 
tainties of life upon leaving these hallowed halls of learning do hereby decree this to be our last will and testament. 
Signed and attested to this 1st day of June, 1989 
Ed Zraket and Jason Amiss 

We, Mr. Herlihy's English class, leave him a laughing box so he won't feel bad when his jokes bomb. 

We, Jenn Dupont and Diane Habib, leave Mr. Smith a fuse to blow. 

We, Dina Pascal and Jennifer Benanti, leave Katie Godin four new tires and a map of Boston. 

I, Dina Pascal, leave Maria Shute a crash helmet. 

1, Michelle Fitzwater, leave Mike Bats a second chance. 

The varsity soccer team leaves Mark Hecht a new bench, since Mauro Buco still has the old one. 

We, Kathy Hanley, Melissa Petrillo, and Heather Galvin, the senior Senate members, leave all the senate mem- 
bers of the following years all of our debts to pay off. 

We, Jim Phelps and Jim Forzese, leave Matt Bistany the informers Red Sign Post and an Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 
fully loaded. 

1, Dave Mambro, leave Shane Jozokos a new nose. 

We, Brian Bilodeau and Dave Mambro, leave Ed Guy a hot and passionate date with Paul Fernandes, like the one 
he tells us in his dreams. We also leave him a life-size poster of Paula to pin above his bed so he can see her every 
night. 

We, Brian Bilodeau and Dave Mambro, leave Geno DeFiore the key to his ball and chain so he can come out with 
the guys more often. After he gets the key to his ball and chain to get away from his girlfriend, we leave him the key 
to his door so he can get by his father. 

1, Mary Jane, leave Mr. Francis puns and limericks to be proud of. 

1, Mary Jane, leave Miss Bailey the wonderful memories of her gym class that 1 never attended. 

We, Tricia Murray, Jill Sestini, Snow Halloran, Kathy Hanley, and Jen Arnold, leave Britta Pitochelli all the inspira- 
tion that she gave to us during the last basketball season. 

We, Kathy Hanley and Tricia Murray, leave Allyson Golec two more amigos to fill our spaces. 

We, Randy Veno and Jeff Zannini, leave Alan Picarillo a license. 

The varsity soccer team leaves Jeff Boivin a cockier attitude. 

We, Mr. Pag's 4th period Pascal class, leave him Diane so he doesn't have to ask "Is Diane here?", some hot water 
for his Instant Pascal, and a printer that's always hummin'. 

1, Diane Lawton, leave Michele Bourassa a month's worth of driving lessons. 

We, period 4 study, leave Anita Cintron SAAB, the only car she cannot pronounce. 

1, Rob DiFalco, leave Matt Garceau all the chicks he can handle in the next four years and a new pair of legs. 

1, Captain Rob DiFalco, leave Junior Derek Foley the presidency of the "Legend Club." 

We, Rob DiFalco and Matt Garceau, leave all Mr. McCormick's future psychology students our money-grubbing, 
male-chauvanist thoughts and ideas. 

1, Tammi Stanwood, leave Pamela Romanelli a punching bag that won't hit back. 

1, Tammi Stanwood, leave Anita Cintron a watch set ahead so she can get to places on time. 

1, Deana Drummond, leave Bill Hitchmoth my half of the title of yearbook business manager, since he decided to 
take it over anyway. 

1, Deana Drummond, leave Chris Gagnon "1 love you" cards to pass out to all the girls he has loved before. 

I. Geno DiFiore, leave Jimmy Laudani a bowl of pasta and a "Get in Shape Girl Weight Set" 

We, Geno DiFiore and Jimmy Laudani, leave Chris "Duck" Gagnon a lifetime supply of lip therapy. 

I, Jen Sharrock, leave Carol Lister all of my photo albums of the D.D.'s 

1, Jen Sharrock, leave Kevin Lehane a new personality. 

1, Karen, leave Kerry Caraccio a lyric book for all of the songs she just can't seem to remember. 

Karen Caraccio and the rest of Methuen High leave Rob DiFalco a "Big Ego" Award. 

We, the soccer team, leave Jeff Zannini a book on 101 ways to get out of praetic vs. 

We, the senior class, leave Barbara Skaff a bumper car. 

1, Craig Bonneau, leave Joe Broccoli the wish of breaking his record of 7 girls at one time. 

I, Jessica Hurley, leave Mr. Herlihy a haunted mansion to tell stories about. 

1, Melissa Petrillo, leave Jimmy Laudani a real wardrobe he can mke home. 

1, Melissa Petrillo, leave Katie Godin a window and a cup so she won't bother me anymore'. 

We, Melissa Petrillo and Katie Godin, leave Mike Berryman a plane ticket to Florida so he can really go. 

We, the class of 89, leave Andrea Messina some real jokes to tell. 

We, the boys, leave Bill Hitchmoth an ice pack to cool the swelling of his head. 



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We, Ed and Jay, leave the Horn Sisters one more 7th period study in the library together. 

We, Claudine Boie, Marie Shute, and Nicole Marotta, leave Jenn Lally a box of dry ice for those special lonely 
nights. 

1, Katie Godin, leave Matt Donovan a roll of electric tape. 

1, Jen Wicks, leave Sharon Bleczinski one pair of shoes to match all her outfits instead of buying out every shoe 
store. 

I, Jen Wicks, leave next year's boys' ski team one win so they can at least say they beat someone. 

I, Heather, leave Angela all the restaurant receipts from Andover Jade, Bickfords, Dennys, Pizza Hut, Friendlys, 
and Ho-Jo's. 

1, Heather Davies, leave Donna Giuffre another day and another zero. 

We, Angela Lyons and Monique Cody, leave Mike Ward and Scott Simose a can of whipped cream. 

We, Angela Lyons and Monique Cody, leave Jennifer Madison to Fred Gorham. 

I, Julie DiZoglio, leave Scott his matchbox car he has always dreamed about. 

I, Julie DiZoglio, leave Dave Mambro an electric razor. 

We, the class of 89, leave Bill Hitchmoth and Sean McCarthy a freezer with a lifetime supply of ice. 

1, Julie DiZoglio, leave Ann Marie Baillargeon a nice, cute boyfriend that knows how to treat her right. 

Locker ML 122 leaves locker ML 120 someone else to open it for him. 

Pam and Stacey leave Mrs. Greene peace and quiet from her 4th period class. 

1, Paula Fernandes, leave Mrs. Rhumshottel a freshman who knows all the good gossip. 

The Class of 89 leaves behind $1.25 so Dave Habib can pay off his Dollars for Scholars donation. 

I, John Tiani, leave behind my motto "Less work, Better grades." 

I, Dena Riccio, leave Paul Perry a year's supply of gum 

Period 2 Drama class leaves Geno piano lessons. 

1, Edward Guy, leave David Habib my looks so that he may be able to actually brag about women. 

1, Edward Guy, leave Rob DiFalco a new hairstyle. 

1, Jennifer Benanti, leave Pat Keough a gallon of orange juice so he will not have to come over my house after a 
party because he claims he is thirsty. 

I, Roxanne, leave Patricia the memories of the Mr. Banana Boat days. 

1, Shannon McCann, leave Shawn Trussel a can of red spray paint. 

Seventh period AP Calculus class leaves Brian Rossell a calculus notebook. 

1, Paula Huggan, leave Naomi one week of good health. 

I, Sherry, leave April Dailey at least 4 years worth of diapers. 

I, Michelle Simmons, leave Jill lannuccilli and Jen Dupont real jobs. 

I, Michelle Simmons, leave Tammi Stanwood one more love story. 

We, the girls of 4th period study, leave Luis Rodriguez a gift certificate to the Methuen High snackline. 

1, Kris Johnson, leave Ed Guy what he's been begging me for all year — a dream date with Tom. 

1, Barbara Skaff, leave Jason Crago a can of glue because he is so stuck on himself. 

The homeroom of ML2 leaves Mr. Klimas a new pair of maroon bike pants. 

We, the boys, leave Mike Berryman a blow up doll of himself. 

Darren and the 6th period girls leave Mrs. Pelletier to science to replace those poor guinea pigs for radioactive 
experiments. 

1, Karyn Feole, leave Jay Amiss the towel he dropped at Katie's. 

1, Karyn Feole, leave Dave Habib a clean T-shirt. 

1, Karyn Feole, leave Shawn Douglas the nickname Booga. 

We, the students of period one physics, leave Mr. Russell a new stopwatch and thermometer for all those we 
broke, and a new lab coat for every day of the week. 

I, Patty Keleher, leave Tracy Roy a ticket to the nearest mental hospital, come and visit me any time. 

We, the pschology students, leave Mr. Fiorentini new friends to talk about. 

We, the class of 89, leave Geno a Valijm to calm him down. 

1, Nicole Field, leave Elaine Malek all the advice on guys she needs. 

We, Boober and Gerber, leave Donk "The Cow." 

We, Sandy and Nikki, leave Christine Russo some real hair dye. 

1, Jody, leave Stacie Pearson and Jen Watson memories of our almost fatal drive to the Worcester Centrum. 

1, Gail Cyr, leave Carol Lister Sharon's driveway for the weekend. 

1, Gail Cyr, leave Jen Sharrock a curling iron and a Whitney Houston tape. 

1, Andrea Messina, leave Tricia Murry and Deanna Drummond a full tank of gas tor the next year. 

1, Andrea Messina, leave Jill lannuccilli a license for her Big Wheel. 



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The year is 1999 and the celebrated occasion is the loth year reunion of the Methuen High Class of 
1989. The reunion this year is held on the newly converted passenger ship, U.S.S. Ranger. The re- 
union this year, unlike any other year, is held on a ship because it is easier to pick up some former 
classmates in the countries in which they now reside. The skipper of the ship, Arthur Nicholson, 
orders his first mate, Paul Bartolomucci, to raise anchor and leave the port of Boston. As we depart, 
we see some familiar faces on board the ship. 

After being held responsible for the deaths of hundreds because of a slight miscalculation in a 
nuclear engineering experiment, John Schmottlach slips into a collapsed mental state and decides 
to join the Ice Capades. Surprisingly enough, John becomes the star of the show with his solo per- 
formance entitled "Gypsy on Ice." 

The Boston Celtics have now won six consecutive world championships and they are all gradu- 
ates from the class of 1989. Ryan Zannini, Craig Bonneau, Jason Amiss, Luis Rodriguez, and Dave 
Bueno all agree that they couldn't have won anything without the guidance of the coach-of-the-year, 
George Sabens. 

As we stroll towards the bar, making sure not to step on Tim Carney, we see Geno DiFiore trying to 
pick up women in order to get Brian Bilodeau a date for the reunion. 

The famed attorney, Nicole Marotta, fresh out of jail for harassing her own clients, will be repre- 
senting a former classmate. Heather Galvin, in court. Heather, who is now a physical therapist, is 
being sued for malpractice by teacher Dina Pascal. Dina went to Heather for therapy after her 
second grade students attacked her with erasers. 

After losing her job because of her attendance record, Marci Deluca has dedicated all her time to 
Gold's Gym and has just won her 6th world title as the women's weightlifting champion. 

After winning the perfect attendance award, Edna Leach went on to become Methuen High's 
truant officer. She has now developed a plan whereby any student attending school 3 days in a row 
will be indefinitely suspended. 

The wedding bells have just rung for Kathy Hanley as she has finally become a mafia princess by 
marrying her "Italian Stallion." She also received half of his territory as a wedding gift. 

The president of the Sheraton Hotel Chains, Dave Henry, has made it mandatory that hammocks 
be installed in all trees and bushes on the hotel property. 

Ed Zraket has found out that it does indeed pay to smile as he is making a reported $ 150.000 a year 
as the poster boy for the American Dental Association. 

After flunking out of driving school, Jill lannuccilli gave up the idea of ever getting her license. She 
can be seen driving around in her 1989 Coleco Big Wheel given to her by the Class of 1989. Rumor 
has it that if she gets one more speeding ticket, her Big Wheel will be impounded. 

After dropping out of medical school, Alan Picarillo set the world record for most consecutive 
"Jeopardy" wins and has retired on his winnings. It is rumored that he will come out of retirement to 
replace the aging Alex Trebek as host. 

Chris Gagnon has gone on to solve the world's energy problems by finding an economical way to 
harness the sun's energy. 

Mike Fournier has gone on to make hundreds of thousands by marketing his famous funny 
brownies. He is now into franchising and hundreds of Mike's Bake Shops have popped up around 
the country. 

After flunking out of their colleges, Matt Garceau, Jerry Anderson, Bill Hitchmoth, and Jason Bastek 
have joined together to fulfill their high school ambition to form the rap posse MC Delta T and DJ 
EZ-RUSS. Rowdy Russ will join the rest of the group on the ship for a live performance. 

Eddie Guy and Rob DiFalco have just finished their second novel. How to Win Friends and Influ- 
ence People, Part II. Unfortunately, Part 1 of their book was a flop with only 50 copies sold. The only 
problem was that Rob and Eddie each bought 25 copies. 

Suzanne Keith, as she predicted 10 years earlier, has married her aspiring musician and in hopes 
of his making it big, she has cut off all her hair to sell it in order to buy him an amplifier for his guitar. 
Little did she know her husband sold his guitar in order to buy her a diamond-studded hairpiece. 

After unsuccessful pro careers, Curt Medugno, Dan Getchell, Sean McCarthy, Sean Gallagher, Pat 
Keough, and Dave Mambro have all returned back to their roots in Methuen to conch Pop Warner 
football. They are all vying for the top position in town — Methuen High Varsity Coach, currently held 
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The famed chemist, Spencer Hulsebus, has just received the Nobel Prize for developing a shatter- 
proof, heat resistant glass for all school buses. 

Upon realizing that Prince and Shelia E. are the same person, Jerelyn Lozeau has sold her little red 
Corvette and dance studio, Purple Rain, and has become a devout Barry Manilow fan. 

Mike Godin has successfully patented a new line of deluxe party vans which can be seen smokin' 
across the highways of the US. Owners of the new model are Andrew Bolduc, Brian Martineau, and 
Rob Pappalardo. 

We also received some bad news on the voyage. Deana Drummond, fresh off her discovery of a 
formula that makes nails grow overnight, was trampled to death by the overgrateful and overexcited 
members of Nailbiters Anonymous. 

Mark Maciareillo, after reaching his career goal in life as head of the Megadeth fan club, tragically 
died as he was strung from the lighting system at an area concert by 20,000 fans, just for the fun of it. 

As the ship enters the tropical waters of the Carribbean, we see some of our old classmates. 
Cheryl Petralia has gone on to become roving reporter for the National Enquirer. She was lately on 
location in Puerto Rico working on a feature story. 

After fleeing the country after the murders of Mrs. Pelletier and Mrs. Shaw, Lynne Hajjar fled to 
Aruba and married Thorn. They have just been blessed with their first newborn, Cameron Neely 
Baird. 

We also meet up with Dave Habib, who after many small business failures has just made his 
second billion living off his "coffee" plantation in Columbia. 

While in transit through the Panama Canal, Stacie Person catches up with us because she missed 
the ship when it left Boston. Stacie dropped out of dental school and then moved to the Black Forest 
in Germany where she is now world known for her cuckoo clocks that always seem to be 10 minutes 
late. 

As we travel up the West Coast, we stop in at Alcatraz Island to visit Mike Batts. In only his second 
time being caught for cheating, the famed Wall Street stockbroker is now serving 10 years for inside 
trading, tax evasion, and fraud. 

We continue on to Hollywood where many Methuen High graduates have made it big. 

After an unsuccessful career in politics, Steve Chasse decided to become an actor and is the star 
of the hit comedy series "We're Laughing at You, Not With You." 

Dawn Baker and Dan Fugge have become famous soap opera stars with their new serial "As the 
Punches Fly." In their spare time they double as Dangerous Danny and Dawn the Junkyard Mutt. 
They are scheduled to go against the team of Jammin' Jen Arnold and Deadly Dave Baldwin in the 
main event of Wrestlemania XV. 

Maria Shute has taken over the radio waves and replaced Dr. Ruth with her own show, "Chat With 
Ria." 

After and inspiring performance in the school play, Carrie Belanger, Keith Neal, and Dina Riccio 
fled to Hollywood to start their own TV show, "The Duprees After Dark" which can be seen at the 
not-so-prime hour of 3:00 am on Channel 44. 

Unfortunately, there are some classmates who have missed this trip. 

Arthur Bailey, after graduation from Berkley College of Music, reportedly spent the past six years 
penniless in the streets of Boston. He was spotted last in a local bar claiming he is the reincarnation 
of Elvis. 

Randy Veno was last seen running his soccer laps with his trusty camera around his neck. 

Jen Wicks, who fulfilled her lifetime dream of getting on the cover of a Wheaties box by winning 
four consecutive World Cups in skiing, was last seen chasing Tom Cruise throughout Europe. 

Joel Rodgers, who was told by his friends that Jen was really lost in an avalanche, now spends all 
of his time going from supermarket to supermarket cutting the covers off Wheaties boxes. 

While looking for his glasses, Derek Donegan stumbled into the caves of Kentucky and hasn't 
been seen since. 

Well, it has been an enjoyable trip as we all had fun visiting with and talking to old friends. It will 1 >e 
sad as we depart again — but always if you get too lonely, just go to the McDonalds in Methuen on a 
weekend night and you'll be sure to find an old friend. 

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HISTORY 

The day is Wednesday, September 4, 1985. In the early morning hour, we see 
about 365 lost children running amuck trying to find their homerooms. After a warm 
welcome from our principal Robert Jarvis, we are handed our maps and sent on our 
way. Soon we get the hang of it. We elect class officers to guide us and they are Pres- 
ident Joel Rodgers, Vice President Lauren Sanguedolce, Secretary Jennifer Hurley, 
and Treasurer Tammy Frechette. Thanks to a grant of $5,000 to Methuen High 
School from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a SADD-Peer Leadership pro- 
gram is started that will continue to grow throughout our four years. Great contribu- 
tors are Anne Tremblay, Donna Brooks, Lynne Hajjar, and Joel Rodgers. Besides 
such activities, we witness true Ranger athletic pride as the soccer team and boys' 
and girls' track team win the MVC. The outstanding girls' basketball team also wins 
the MVC and goes on to win the state title. Before we know it, spring arrives and 
elections for sophomore class officers are held. The President and Vice-President 
are again Joel Rodgers and Lauren Sanguedolce, Secretary Bridget Pelletier, and 
Treasurer David Henry. After we choose new classes, the school year comes to a 
close. 

We survive the summer and sophomore year quickly comes around. The excite- 
ment of this year is the picking and receiving of our class rings. Our athletes continue 
to shine as the girls' basketball team, including Carrie Belanger, Jennifer Arnold, 
Tricia Murray, and Snow Halloran win the MVC. The boys' and girls' indoor track 
teams also win the MVC. The hockey team with members Dave Henry, Randy 
Veno, Dan Fugge, Paul Olenik, and Curt Medugno also advances to the State Finals 
for the first time in Ranger history. Our class stands out not only athletically, but also 
academically as 29 sophomores including Jo-Ann Trovato, Rob St. Germain, Pa- 
tricia Kelleher, Donna Charest, JoAnn Ouellette, and Robert Chase are inducted into 
the National Honor Society. A hectic spring is drenched with elections, course selec- 
tions, and a three-day flood vacation. The results of the elections for junior class offi- 
cers are President Joel Rodgers, Vice-President Mike Batts, Secretary Stacy Weston, 
and Treasurer David Henry. As the year comes to an end, so does the job of princi- 
pal Robert Jarvis. Summer comes and goes and now we're ready for junior year. 

This year is filled with SAT preparation, college fairs, and guidance appointments. 
Once again our sports teams are outstanding. The boys' cross country team starring 
Rob DiFalco wins the MVC. The boys' and girls' indoor and outdoor track teams 
starring triple-jumper Matt Garceau and high jumper Kathy Hennessy win the MVC. 
The girls' basketball team and the Softball team also win the MVC. The ski team, led 
by Heather Galvin, Sharon Bleczinski, and Jen Wicks, wins its very first meet in over 
four years, and the mile-relay team including Tim Carney wins the state title. Spring- 
time brings many activities beginning with the Model U.N. Methuen students shine 
as the group of Steve Chasse, Ryan Zannini, Beth Marlows, Mike Batts, Bill Andrews, 
John Tiani, and Chris Lozowski win best visiting delegation. Four juniors, Chris 
Barbin, Mary Regan, Rob DiFalco, and Mike Fournier, are inducted into the National 
Honor Society. Next year's honor society officers are elected and they are President 
Ryan Zannini, Vice President Chris Barbin, Secretary Lynne Hajjar, Treasurer Stacie 
Pearson, and Historian Alan Picarillo. On April 8th, our junior prom was held at 
DiBurro's in Bradford. Our theme "I've Had the Time of Mv Life" reflects the fun almost 



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everybody had. Along with the weather, things started to heat up as the elections for 
Senior Class officers are held. Although there is a big controversy concerning 
stuffed ballot boxes and cheating, the final outcome is President Steve Chasse, Vice 
President Mike Batts, Secretary Stacy Weston, and Treasurer Stacie Pearson. 
Courses for next year are chosen and so are Methuen High's delegates to attend 
Girls' State and Boys' State. Lynne Hajjar, April Naylor, and Stacie Pearson attend 
Girls' State and Ryan Zannini, Alan Picarillo, John Schmottlach, Joel Rodgers, Mike 
Batts, Brian Rossell, Ed Zraket, and Jason Bastek attend Boys' State at Bentley Col- 
lege. Junior year ends with the retiring of Mrs. Hershfield and Mr. Jennings, both 
legends at Methuen High. 

Senior year begins with the formal announcements of our new principal Mr. Nick. 
Superintendent Zdanowicz retires and is replaced by Mr. Littlefield. Methuen High's 
athletic teams continue their excellence as the girls' basketball team led by captains 
Jill Sestini and Kathy Hanley wins the MVC and the volleyball team makes the state 
playoffs. The boys' indoor and outdoor track teams win the MVC and Chris Barbin 
wins a gold medal for his astonishing win in the 600 yard run. Bill Hitchmoth also 
wins the all-state title for his outstanding shotput efforts. The boys' baseball team 
wins the MVC and works their way up to being ranked first in the state. 

Steve Chasse makes an intense effort to gain back our Senior privileges and suc- 
ceeds. Though not all our wishes are granted, Steve makes a big start! In October, 
our Homecoming Queen is chosen. Stacie Person wins the crown and Stacy 
Weston and Tracy Melia are first and second runner-up. The Senior Class Play 
"Rumbo" is a huge success starring Joel Rodgers and Deana Drummond and co- 
starring Ed Guy and Paula Femandes. It goes down as one of the best plays ever put 
on by Methuen High! The Student Senate, led by President Kathy Hanley, also does 
a great job in receiving the School Committee's approval to wear shorts no higher 
than two inches above the knee. It seems to be working well and we're all a lot 
"cooler" now! The Senior Prom is held at the Sheraton Rolling Green in Andover and 
with the theme song entitled "Why Can't This Night Go On Forever?" some of us 
thought it would as we struggled to cut our steak. The DJ also makes for a memor- 
able evening by playing Queensryche and Metallica and the neverending five slow 
songs in a row. In all, it's fun to see everyone dressed up and dancing. Hypnotist 
Francis Cloutier brings to Methuen High an interesting couple of hours in October 
and again in April as we watch our friends sit on stage (or dance up to the stage), and 
do things we'd never seen them do before. Shirley Hovanasian better known as 
"Ma," William Russell, known by some as "DJ EZ-Russ," and Miss Lange of the Busi- 
ness Department will retire this year and will be missed by everyone. We will also be 
without Mr. Bartolomucci, better known as Mr. B. The class wishes you all the best of 
luck. 

Well, the year is almost over. No more elections and no more course selections, 
just 328 smiling faces ready for the future and ready to graduate. The four years 
have flown by, but the memories made will last a lifetime! 

Good Luck Everyone!!! 
Lynne Hajjar & Stacie Pearson 



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Dear Jennifer, 

No words can explain how proud we are of you 

or the happiness you have brought into our 

lives. 

Love Mom and Dad 

Congratulations Shawn Dufresne, may your 
talents and artistic abilities lead you to a bright 
and successful future. We are very proud of 
you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Ed, 

Thanks for all the exciting and proud moments 

you have given us during your four years at 

Methuen High School. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Arthur — No. 1 son 

Congratulations! This is only the beginning! 

Break a leg. "The End" (Act One) 

mom, dad, Meghan, and Heidi 



Carl, 

Congratulations and best wishes, 

Mom and Dad 

Lynne, 

We wish you a future filled with as much love 
and happiness as you have given us since be- 
coming part of our family on 2-12-71. 

Mom and Dad 

Marci, 

A daughter who has been something special in 
my life, from the first day 1 saw you. You make 
me so very proud. 

Love ya 

Ma 

Dena, 

Congratulations! You have given us eighteen 
years of love, joy, and happiness. "We're 
Proud!" Freddies message, "your the best sis- 
ter." 

Good Luck, 

Love Mom and Dad 



Anne — 1 am so proud of you! May Your future 
hold love, Joy and laughter. Hold fast to your 
dreams, cherish your friendships. 

Love, 

Mom 

Way to go Sha! 

We are all so proud of you and love you very 
much. Best wishes in the next four years at col- 
lege. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Mimi, Colleen, and Scott 



Rob, 

Good luck and Happiness to you and friends. 

Love, 

Tom and Georagette Pappalardo 

To Stacie and all her terrific friends from the 
Methuen High Class of 1989 "Congratulations 
and best of luck." 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Rvan 



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For Keith Rotondo, 

Congratulations Keith on your graduation. 

Whatever the future holds for you, we're sure 

you will continue to make us proud that your 

our son. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Heather, 

Congratulations for a job well done. 

Love, 

Mom, Joe, and Erin 

Jim, 

Some say you dance to a different tune than 
your sister and brother did. To us your tune is 
number one on the hit parade. 



Jennifer, 

Your caring, warmth and bubbling personality 

have been a source of joy for both of us. May all 

your dreams come true. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Tammy, 

You have made me very proud, Dad. Con- 
gratulations, Tammy and good luck on ac- 
counting, your brother Robert. 

Dear Tammy, 

Success with your career and goals, you are 

superb, 

Love, 

Mother 



Tammy Frechette, 

I always had faith in you and what you could 
do. I love you, my daughter, my best friend. My 
heart goes with you. 



Katya Kucukistepanoglu, 
We would like to wish "our" happiness and suc- 
cess in all she chooses to do in the wonderful 
years that lie ahead. 

Love always. 
Mom & Dad 



FRIEND TO FRIEND MESSAGES 



A 3 , through times of need or sorrows, you've 
been there to make me smile, you've taught 
me the art of open mindness — You mean 
more than anything — 1 love you Paulaljo. 



Tom, 

1 wish for us to always be together, through the 

good times and the bad I will always love you. 

Forever yours, 

Kris 



Jill and Darci, you are the best friends 1 could 
ever ask for! Thanks for all the good times and 
for always being there. 

Love, 

Stacie 



Katya Kucukistepanoglu, 
We would like to wish "our" happiness and suc- 
cess in all she chooses to do in the wonderful 
years that lie ahead. 

Love always. 

Mom & Dad 



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181 Lowell St. 

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9 Bernard Ln. 

Aljo Amorelli 
71 Riverdale St. 

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William Andrews 
44 Strathmore Rd. 

David Apkarian 
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Tracy Arsenault 
93 Edgewood Ave. 

Diana Ata 

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Elie Ata 

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17 Old Homestead Rd. 

James Awley 
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Anne Baillargeon 
171 Oak St. 

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212 Hampshire Rd. 

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Nanette Baker 
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290 Lowell St. 

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57 Atkinson St. 

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79 Harvard Ave. 

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64 West St. 

Michael Berrvman 
16 Steiner St." 

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18 Elaine Ave. 

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50 Howe St. 

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58 Barker St. 

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64 Oakland Ave. 

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85 Ford St. 

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54 Harris St. 

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359 Farest St. 

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20 Arnold St. 



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250 Lowell St. 

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5 Bryant Ave. 

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83 Pelham St. 

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191 Butternut Ln. 

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394 Howe St. 

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22 Deny Rd. 

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146 Center St. 

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6 Gage St. 

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7 Wintergreen Cir. 

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9 Kendall St. 

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59 Sevoian Dr. 

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28 Peaslee Ter. 

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18 Still Water Rd. 

Steven Chasse 

8 Elm St. 

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7 Emerson Ct. 

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3 Alaxander Cir. 

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3 Carelton Ter. 

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5 Marc Ave. 

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45 Riverview Ave. 

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Adelaide Ave. 

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61 Deny Rd. 

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26 Whetstone St. 

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IAS Fair Oaks Ave. 

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51 Frye Rd. 

James Comeau 
32 Laurel Ave. 

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35 Riverview Ave. 



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178 Broadway 

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6 Derry Rd. 

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109 Salem St. 

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84 Wheeler St. 

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loo Hampstead St. 

Kristen Cutter 

19 Larch wood Rd. 

Gail Cyr 

830 Riverside Dr. 

Sean Cyr 

26 Peaslee Ter. 

Thomas D'Amico 
86 Milk St. 

Laurie D'lorio 

7 Emsley Ter. 

April Dailey 
188 Tyler St. 

Vincent Damico 

100 Hampstead St. 

Heather Davies 
38 Christopher St. 

Ilonka Decastro 
4 Camden St. 

Cheryl Defrancesco 
15 Kensington Ave. 

Charles Dellacroce 
202 Great Pond Rd. 

Marci Deluca 
22 Union St. 

Deana Desantis 
7 Shady Ln. 

Thomas Desjardins 
7 Durrell St. 

Scott Desroche 
22 Norgate Rd. 

Kristen Dickey 
26 Turtle Ln. 

Trixie Dietz 
258 Lowell St. 

Robert DiFalco 
70 Capital St. 

Eugene DiFiore 
97 Oak St. 

Bonne Dinsmore 

18 Constitution Way 

Sherry Dion 
906 Riverside Dr. 

Robert Distefano 

101 Jackson St. 

Julie Dizoglio 
147 Hamshire Rd. 

Derek Donegan 

19 Somerset St. 



Mathew Donovan 

6 Clayton Ave. 

Shawn Douglas 
25C Oak St. 

Richard Dowgeirt 
36 Phillips St. 

Travis Druin 
232 Lowell St. 

Deana Drummond 

7 Pleasant Cir. 

Shawn Dufresne 

3 Deborah Ave. 

Jennifer Dupont 
31 Temple Dr. 

Karen Dyeak 
56 Arthur St. 

Leland Estes 
73 Tenney St. 

Alexander Felides 
9 Sampson St. 

Karen Fiole 
190 Oak St. 

Paula Femandes 
15 Independence Dr. 

Nicole Field 
15 Quebec St. 

Michelle Fitzwater 
132 Marshall St. 

Christopher Fluet 

11 Gleason St. 

Timothy Ford 
9 Winthrop Ave. 

James Forzese 

35 Oak Meadow Ln. 

David Foster 

33 Weybossett St. 

Michael Fournier 

4 Melrose St. 

Tammara Frechette 
21 Milk Ave. 

Daniel Fugge 

300 Hampshire Rd. 

Lisa Fusco 
3 Myona St. 

Christopher Gagnon 

12 Washington St. 

Sean Gallagher 
9 Tremont St. 

Milissa Gallo 
625 Prospect St. 

Heather Galvin 
219 Howe St. 

Matthew Garceau 

3 Gloucester St. 

Nicole Garneau 
119 Oakland Ave. 

Dawn Garon 

4 Cloverville Ave. 



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4 Cloverville Ave. 

Josephine Garozza 
64 Henry Ave. 

Stacey Gaumond 
87 Golf Ave. 

Daniel Getchell 

5 Ridge St. 

Christopher Giovanni 
63 Davis Rd. 

Katie Godin 
33 Hidden Rd. 

Michael Godin 
66 Ashland Ave. 

Jacqueline Griffin 
9 Lupine Rd. 

Donna Giuffre 
19 Ashford St. 

Edward Guy 
2 Jade St. 

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2 Jade St. 

David Habib 
42 Kimball Rd. 

Diane Habib 

42 Kimball Rd. 

Kieth Hagger 
16 Elsmore Ave. 

Lynne Hajjer 

24 Meadowbrook Rd. 

Snow Halloran 
32 Ashland Ave. 

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45 Washington St. 

Tracy Hammel 
60 Berwick St. 

Kathleen Hanley 

43 Hidden Rd. 

Derik Hartnett 
62 Howe St. 

Kathleen Hennessy 
9 Stevens St. 

David Henry 
7 Foreside St. 

Laurie Hester 

12 Maplewood Ave. 

William Hitchmoth 
70 Bonanno Ct. 

John Houlihan 
80 Lowell St. 

Paula Huggan 
15 Wallace St. 

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ill Druid Hill Ave. 

Jennifer Hurley 
22 Cochman Ln. 

Jessica Hurley 
22 Cochman Ln. 



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48 Cochrane Cir. 

James Jaskot 
7 Riverdale St. 

Kristine Johnson 

62 Anderson Dr. 

Jennifer Jordan 
64 Timber Ln. 

Tammy Joseph 
7 Lavoie Ave. 

Patricia Kalil 
39 Magna Rd. 

Suzanne Keith 
34 Atkinson St. 

Patricia Keleher 

26 Smith Ave. 

Mark Kelleher 

27 East Brook PI. 

Kimberly Kendall 
87 Anderson Dr. 

Patrick Keough 
117 Milk St. 

Mike Kim 

175 Haverhill St. 

Stephanie Koza 
3 Waldo St. 

Tammy Kress 

63 Lowell St. 

Matthew Kroon 
43 Gage St. 

Katya Kucukistepanoglu 
lOO Ashland Ave. 

Tracy Kudla 

5 Baremeadow St. 

Se Hui Kwon 
39 Pilgrim Cir. 

Jennifer Lally 
22 Cherryhill Cir. 

Carl Lambert 

17 Brooks Rd. 

Mark Lambert 
43 Plymouth St. 

Timothy Lambert 
802 Lowell St. 

Robert Lang 
29 Maple St. 

Thomas Langlois 
31 Memorial Dr. 

Alyson Laplume 

18 Stadium Rd. 

James Laudani 
395 Lowell St. 

Martha Lavigne 

18 Olympic Village Dr. 

Eric Lavoie 
138 Jackson St. 

Diane Lawton 
17 Joy Ter. 



Edna Leach 

109 Oakland Ave. 

Kevin Lahane 
102 Pitman St. 

Timothy Lahane 
102 Pitman St. 

Stephen Lemieux 
38 Baremeadow St. 

Antonella Leone 
93 Saunders St. 

Carol Lister 
1 May Ct. 

Jerelyn Lozeau 
525 Lowell St. 

Christopher Lozowski 
76 Medford Ave. 

Rita Luk 

7 Goldsmith Ct. 

Angela Lyons 

7 Brewster Ter. 

Mark Maciariello 
18 Tyler St. 

Jennifer Madison 
79 Woodburn Dr. 

Lucien Majarian 
44 Saunders St. 

Virginia Majkut 
lOl Tenney St. 

Jim Makris 
196 Lowell St. 

Elaine Malek 

22 Ayers Village Rd. 

Diane Malenfant 
141 Lowell St. 

David Mambro 
4 Elaine Ave. 

Elizabeth Mario 
(California) 

Nicole Marotta 
63 Reservoir St. 

David Marsh 
129 Oakland Ave. 

John Martin 

8 Booth Rd. 

Brian Martineau 

15 Clayton Ave. 

Darren Martino 
30 Lin wood Ave. 

Shannon McCann 
1097 Riverside Dr. 

Sean McCarthy 
26 Ponderosa Ave. 

Timothy McCormick 

16 Melrose St. 

Holly McDougall 
15 Barker St. 

Lisa McGuire 

20 Sunnyside Ave. 



Colleen McRobbie 
15 Anthany St. 

Curt Medugno 

2 West Ayer St. 

Micheal Mehrmann 
112 Oak St. 

Tracy Melia 
15 Endicott Cir. 

Kathleen Merrill 
47 Oakland Ave. 

Andria Messina 
179 Washington St. 

Debra Messina 

9 Collins St. 

Kathy Morin 
P.O. Box 616 

Renee Mouleart 
18 Moffette St. 

Rita Mouleart 
18 Moffette St. 

Patricia Murray 
45 Sunset Ave. 

Thomas Murray 
32 Glen Ave. 

Mary Jane Mushow 

3 Lisa Ln. 

Antoinett Napolitano 

4 Ranger Rd. 

Christine Nault 
91 Center St. 

Helen Nault 
91 Center St. 

Eris Navarria 

5 Kensington St. 

April Naylor 

lOl Oakland Ave. 

Keith Neal 
54 Boston St. 

Jason Neve 

17 Wellington St. 

Angela Nicolisi 
3 Merrline Ave. 

Todd Niziak 
2 Windsor St. 

Christine Normand 
140 Warwick St. 

Heather Odea 
36 Lowell St. 

Sean O'learv 

10 Jade St. " 

Paul Olenik 
45 Bonanno Ct. 

JoAnne Ouellette 
22 Woodburn Dr. 

Paul Paglia 
68 Popular St. 

Patricia Pappalardo 

1 1 Hancock Cir. 



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Robert Pappalardo 
387 Lowell St. 

Thomas Pappalardo 
26 Boornazian Rd. 

Seung Park 
415 Oak St. 

Dina Pascal 

43 Worcester St. 

Pathik Patal 
69 Pelham St. 

Stacie Pearson 

2 Filbert St. 

Mark Pellegrino 
42 Deborah Ave. 

Briget Pelletier 
46 Sevoian Dr. 

Rene Pelletier 
261 Hampshire St. 

Melissa Perkins 

21 BoylstonSt. 

Paul Perry 

22 Arnold St. 

Anthony Petraites 
25 Josephine Ave. 

Cheryl Petralia 
12 Combination St. 

Melissa Petrillo 
57 Washington St. 

James Phelps 

7 Messer Ave. 

Charles Piazza 

11 Budron St. 

Alan Picarillo 

3 Shirley Ave. 

James Pitochelli 

8 Booth Rd. 

Naomi Potter 

12 Merrill St. 

Jennifer Powers 

88 Weybosset St. 

Robert Preston 
12 Craven St. 

Stephen Ragonese 
49 Gaston St. 

Mary Regan 
68 Hazel St. 

Robert Remillard 

6 Alexander Cir. 

Daniel Renaud 

89 Pitman St. 

Dena Riccio 
32 Medford Ave. 

Joel Rodgers 
361 Pelham St. 

Aracelis Rodriguez 
24 Kirk St. 

Luis Rodriguez 
35 French St. 

Pamela Romanelli 

7 Goldsmith Ct. 



Brian Russell 
39 Sunset Ave. 

Keith Rotondo 
419 Forest St. 

Charlene Rousell 
12 Washington St. 

Louis Roux 
104 Brown St. 

Tracy Roy 

30 Riverdale St. 

Jeffery Ruhmann 
10 Carnish Ave. 

Lorette Rynne 
138 Forest St. 

Richard Sampaio 

12 Meriline Ave. 

Diane Santiago 
2 Kirk St. 

Lauren Sanguedolce 
23 Hidden Rd. 

Gina Sanguedolce 
23 Lesley Ave. 

Maria Santiago 
70 Broadway 

John Schmottlach 
32 Shirley Ave. 

Sherry Scott 
483 Prospect St. 

Nancy Segal 
184 Lowell St. 

Roxanne Shannon 
10 Briacliff Dr. 

Jennifer Sharrock 
270 Pelham St. 

Maria Shute 

49 Christopher Dr. 

Eric Simili 

13 Goldsmith Ct. 

Michelle Simmons 

2 Temple Dr. 

Barbara Skaff 
9 McKimley Ave. 

Robin Smith 
457 Broadway 

Robert S. Germain 
23 Sheldon St. 

Michael St. Jean 
60 Oneida St. 

Tammie Stanwood 

18 Stanly Rd. 

William Stiehler 

19 Plymouth St. 

Christian Stone 
191 Broadway 

Kelly Sylvester 
376 Pelham St. 

Jeffrey Talanian 
6 Cardigan Cir. 

Richard Talbot 

3 Berlin St. 



Laurel Taylor 
38 Saunders St. 

Todd Thomas 
145 Hampshire Rd. 

Craig Thomas 
90 Golf Ave. 

Sandra Thurber 
21 Erie Rd. 

John Tiani 
27 Magna Rd. 

Paula Tilberg 
34 Lantern Ln. 

Stacy Tilney 
37 Brown St. 

Bridget Torosian 
6 Echo Ln. 

Tara Torrisi 
42 Deny Rd. 

Nizar Touma 
108 Pelham St. 

David Trachtenberg 
163 Woodburn Dr. 

Andrew Trask 
263 Hampshire St. 

Ann Tremblay 
67 Harvard Ave. 

David Tremblay 

93 Lowell St. 

Natalie Troia 

21 Coachman Ln. 

Jo Ann Travato 
27 Argilla Rd. 

Kristen Turonis 
25 Delmont St. 

Nicole Valcke 
116 Lowell Bid. 

Carrie Valente 
97 Tedesco Rd. 

Melvin Velez 

94 Tenney St. 

Randall Veno 
13 Ashland Ave. 

Jennifer Watson 
23 Ponderosa Ave. 

Stacy Weston 
17 Cross St. 

Jennifer Wicks 
289 Pelham St. 

Amy Wlodyka 
47 Louise Ave. 

Colleen Wood 

144 Edgewood Ave. 

Roberta Wood 
153 Merrimack St. 

Ryan Zannini 
15 White Ave. 

Jeff Zannini 
9 Argilla Rd. 

Edward Zraket 
23 Woodburn Dr. 



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